Rhiannon Bowden (1996) is a photographic artist currently based in Bristol. In 2018 she received a BA (Hons) in Photography at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), and she completed a Masters in Photography at UWE Bristol in Summer 2020. Bowden’s own work often stems from her own personal life and relationships, and touches on more general themes of emotion, connection and identity. Her current body of work, ‘Cormac’ centres around her experience of first love in her early-twenties. Alongside making her own personal work, Bowden is available for commercial and editorial commissions.
Projects credited in
- BiophiliaBiophilia aims to shed light on ecological issues both in the UK and on the intense and pressing scale globally; the term Biophilia is a hypothesis that attests ‘that humans possess an innate tendency to seek connections with nature and other forms of life.’ The work was created using a combination of imagery which was sourced by gathering loose detritus around woodlands and national park areas in Somerset and scanning images of the various flora. Alongside this are articles, sections taken fr
- 120 Film
- Photo Retouching
- Photo Editing