San Diego, CA, USA
Carly Clarke is an English social documentary photographer who works primarily in medium-format photography for her personal work, and digitally when required. Her work focuses on finding current social and political issues in society as well as those that may may otherwise go unnoticed. She has spent many years living between the UK and California, USA. She travels locally and internationally to find projects with a passion on creating awareness through photography.
Current long-term personal work includes 'Godhūlikāla: India's forgotten Elders' where the subject of elder abuse and abandonment are being documented in the tribal villages in the Himalayas, Northern India.
In Carly's work 'Remember Me: Vancouver's DTES' a project about the denizens of downtown Vancouver was published widely in POV magazine in Canada in 2014. She has had work displayed in group exhibitions and projected in the UK such as the National Portrait Gallery.
2016 - Honorable Mention , 2016 - Honorable Mention, 2016 - Honorable Mention, 2014 - Honorable Mention, 2013 - Luck Hill Foundation Postgrad Photography Award, 2013 - Dean's List of Outstanding Academic Achievement
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