Alice is a lecturer in Photography at the University of Cumbria. She completed an MA in Photography at London College of Communication in 2014 and has since exhibited and given lectures nationally and internationally. Her book, Nothing is Impossible Under the Sun, which brings together material gathered over two years working with migrants and refugees in Calais, was published by SOAP in 2016. Recent residencies include Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and Santa Fe Art Institute. Awards include the Jerwood Award and the IdeasTap/Magnum Photography Award, as well as awards from Creative Scotland and Grants for the Arts.

Academic and research interests

Socially engaged and collaborative practices. Documentary practices including photography, sound and moving image. Politics and Aesthetics.



2014 Featured in Photoworks Annual 'Collaboration'

2014 Featured in 'Next Generation' Aesthetica, Issue 60


Nothing is Impossible Under the Sun, Book Published by SOAP (2016)

Recent Exhibitions

2017 Episodes (online release) Edinburgh Art Festival (With the Ethel Maude Collective)

2017 When the Light Shifts, Glasgow Women's Library

2016 Opposite Tendencies, 16 Nicholson Street, Glasgow

2016 The Sky is Down on the Ground, Meno31 Festival, Sardinia

2016 Common Ground, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Newcastle

2016 Common Ground, Woodhorn Museum, Ashington

2015 Burning with Pleasure, Artist's book exhibition, Curious Duke Gallery, Hoxton

2015 Dis/placed, Counterpoints Arts, The Ditch, Shoreditch

2015 Nothing is Impossible Under the Sun - Solo exhibition - Likovni Salon, Celje, Slovenia

2014 Defining Lines, Brewery Tap, Folkestone

2014 Fresh Faced Wild Eyed, Photographers Gallery, London

2014 The Bridge and the Fort, Zandra Rhodes Gallery, UCA Rochester

Consultancy/Professional Practice

2017 Co-ordinator, Indefinite Article Project (

2016 Collaboration with North Light Heritage, engaging communities with their archaeology

2016 Collaboration with Vox Liminis on the KIN Project

2016 Artist in Residence, Santa Fe Art Institute

2016 Artist in Residence, Baltic and bait

2014 Co-ordinator, Defining Lines Project, Folkestone Fringe

2014 Collaboration with The Droving Project, Dumfries, Scotland

2014 Facilitator, Asylum in the City, co-commissioned by Photoworks and HOUSE festival, Brighton