Photography by Kirsteen Titchener.
Autumn - Missing Series
Kirsteen Titchener is a self-taught photographic artist born in Surrey, now living in Devon, UK. Using digital editing techniques to combine multiple photographs allows the final image to go beyond what can be created in a single traditional photograph. By drawing on a background in psychology her work often reflects the depth and fragility of human emotions.
Kirsteen's images have recevied international recognition with recent accomplishments including: Winner of the 13th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers (photomanipulation single image) in 2019; The Royal Photographic Society Visual Art Gold Medal in 2018; 1st Place - International Photographer of the Year: Photomanipulation in 2017.
Winner of 13th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers 2019 (Photomanipulation category). This piece will be exhibited alongside other winning images in Barcelona in October.
The Royal Photographic Society Visual Art Gold Medal 2018
The Neutral Density Photography Awards Bronze Award for a Series in the Open Theme 2017
My work explores the fragility of the human psyche in the modern world. Each piece is a composit image made up from multiple photographs.
Limited Edition of 3
Giclee Ink Printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag 308gsm Paper.
Textured Dar Frame Under Anti-Reflective Glass