Cardiff, United Kingdom
Hannah Saunders is a photographer currently based in Cardiff, Wales. She is a graduate of the Documentary Photography course at the University of South Wales, Newport.
Her work is often influenced by her interests in history, poetry and women's rights. Her current work 'Karass' attempts to confront taboos surrounding the body and nudity. This work has been exhibited at the Secvente Festival of Photography 2014, and will be on show at the 2015 edition in Ploesti, Romania. Work from Karass has also been shown in Cardiff at the West Wharf Gallery in July 2015.
Her work was also included in a group show that focused on the geographical location of Cardiff Bay, each photographer taking diverse methods to communicate the place through pictures. The work exhibited explored the passage of time and reflections on the transformation from an industrial hub to a space catering for modern consumer needs. The work was shown at 102 Bute street and Butetown History & Arts Centre, January 2014.
Work from her project 'And death shall have no dominion' has also been included in the group show 'Made in Wales' by the Welsh Collective 'A Fine Beginning.' The shows were held in both South and North Wales, at Arcade Cardiff in March 2014 and also at Oriel Colwyn in September 2014.
Her series of photomontages 'A Hyena in a petticoat' is being shown at this years Fotofringe in October.
- Still life