Practising within the realm of photographic portraiture and the representation of women for nearly 20 years, Hannah Starkey discusses her use of staged characters and places to recreate scenes of women engaged with the routine tasks of working and shopping.

Hannah Starkey was born in Belfast in 1971. She has received numerous awards and honours throughout her career, which include the Vogue Condé Nast Award (1997), the 3rd International Tokyo Photo Biennale’s Award for Excellence (1999), and the St. James Group Ltd Photography Prize (2002).

The event is chaired by Ailbhe Greaney, Course Director of the MFA Photography Degree at Ulster University’s Belfast School of Art.

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