MA Photography alumni Jill Boyd exhibits and publishes a book of her photography.
Jill's book, Hidden in Plain Sight, reflects the concept of hidden disability for the artist who is neurodiverse / autistic. It is an exploration of identity and perception, using original prose written by the artist, to connect with others who may identify as hidden.
To coincide with the release of her book, Jill also exhibited her photography at Swarthmore Exhibition Centre during February this year.
Jill is a staunch believer that photography is for everyone, and all photographs exhibited in this exhibition were taken with a mobile phone only. This includes all editing, ordering of prints on material and a subsequent book. The underlying theme of accessibility and hidden disability runs throughout the work.