Spotlight: Gina Lundy

We recently asked members of the WildFires Network to give some news of what they are up to and what they have on the horizon. First up is Gina Lundy, a Bristol born photographer based in Glasgow:

I continue to create work that explores the built environment and over the past 12 months I’ve completed a Masters of Research in Creative Practices at The Glasgow School of Art, where I investigated how and where women’s voices are being heard within the London housing crisis.
    Jasmin Parsons   wearing protest mask, photographed at her home in West Hendon, London.

 Jasmin Parsons wearing protest mask, photographed at her home in West Hendon, London.

   London’s For Sale and I’m Not Moving   - Women’s hands protesting (gif version)

London’s For Sale and I’m Not Moving - Women’s hands protesting (gif version)

Photographic work was produced alongside the written dissertation including a zine, wallpaper, collage, print and animations. 
My photographs were featured in the film ‘Dispossession - The Great Social Housing Swindle’ and in August 2017 I took part in a Q&A following the films screening at the GFT.
      Fantastic New Community   - Zine, photographs from The Aylesbury, Carpenters Road, Cressingham Gardens, Sweets Way and West Hendon.

   Fantastic New Community - Zine, photographs from The Aylesbury, Carpenters Road, Cressingham Gardens, Sweets Way and West Hendon.

I have recently been appointed  Programme Leader for the BA (Hons) Photography at the Open College of The Arts, part of the University for the Creative Arts. I’m thrilled to have been offered the job and  I’m looking forward to working with the team developing the vision for arts education via distance learning.
 1.        Stay Strong, You Belong   - Feminism is an Austerity Issue - Frances Ryan.

1.      Stay Strong, You Belong - Feminism is an Austerity Issue - Frances Ryan.