Kiera Flynn

BA (Hons) Photography, Video and Digital Imaging | Class of 2020

Kiera Flynn is an art photographer who works predominantly with historical processes to create delicate darkroom based prints. Flynn  uses the cyanotype process to highlight easily overlooked details of the environment around her as seen in the project ‘St Mary’s: Piece By Piece‘. Her interests also include the use of camera-less photography and experimental darkroom techniques. The intention of her work is always to show a subject in a new light.

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Kiera Flynn / Photography

Her most recent project 'It's Not Too Late' uses the method of cyanotype print to talk about the risk of species loss due to climate change by printing life-size images of varying species onto tissue paper. The images used were obtained through the natural history collections owned by the Natural History Society of Northumbria.