Emily Thornhill is a predominantly analogue photographer and visual artist based in the South West of England. Her practice is heavily influenced by her love for the natural world, which was forged by a childhood spent wandering the countryside and coastline of Cornwall. She explores the relationship between humanity and its surrounding environment and how this has been interpreted throughout literature, history, philosophy, religion, mythology and folklore. She enjoys experimenting with alternative photographic practices and found photography, through collecting and incorporating organic substances and natural matter into her practice.
'Monsters and Magic' Zanna Magazine, Oct 2020
'PGZ2020' Photograd, Sept 2020
First Class BA (Hons) Photography
University of the West of England
2017 - 2020
'Soup of the Day'
Hamilton House, May 2019