Esther Gabrielle Kersley is a research-led documentary photographer whose work explores issues relating to technology, politics and society. Her work employs montage and appropriation to tell less visible stories, often taking place in virtual spaces. During her final year at LCC she was awarded the Metro Imaging and Made in Arts London mentorship. Kersley also holds a BA in Politics from SOAS and an MSc in Conflict Studies from LSE. This has led her to work for a number of NGOs and think tanks in the areas of conflict, security and emerging technologies.
Esther Gabrielle Kersley
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