Biography

Becky Probert completed an MA in Photography at The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design in East London in 2017. She is currently based in Nottingham. 

Her photography centres around exploring patterns and details within her environment, and abstracting objects by taking them out of their original context, using the lens to transform them and playing with perceptions. She works with both digital and analogue techniques, and creates the colours and effects in her work through manipulation of lighting while shooting. Becky has a keen interest in physics and science fiction which has influenced the direction of her work.

Exhibitions

Shutter Hub Open
Shutter Hub Group Exhibition

Old Truman Brewery, London
4th – 9th October 2018

5&33 Gallery, Amsterdam
7th December 2018 – 21st January 2019

Because We Can!
Shutter Hub group exhibition at the Festival Pil’ours, Festival international de photographie pour les femmes photographes professionnelles,
Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie, France.
8th July – 31st August 2018

Image © Jayne Lloyd / Shutter Hub

Artificial Things
Shutter Hub group exhibition, Art at the ARB, University of Cambridge, Cambridge
3rd November 2017 – 19th January 2018

Other Worlds
MA Fine Art/ Photography Graduate Show, The Annex, Calcutta House, The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, Aldgate
8-16th September 2017

MA Interim Show
The Foyer, Central House, The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, Aldgate
13th February – 5th March 2017

Presentations

RedEye Hothouse Manchester 2018, The International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester
(Presenting Under Different Skies)
17th February 2018

Publications

Shutter Hub Close Up: Becky Probert – Under Different Skies, 8th March 2018

CLOSE UP: Becky Probert - Under Different Skies

Under Different Skies
Self-published book
November 2017

Education

MA Photography, London Metropolitan University 2017
BA(hons) Design: Illustration, University of Plymouth 2004
Foundation in Art and Design, Chelsea College of Art and Design 1998