Felicity Hammond (b. 1988, UK) graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2014. She is currently studying for a PhD Contemporary Art Research at Kingston University. Her digital collages and photo-sculptural installations reveal a concern for the decaying post-industrial landscape and it's interplay with the temporary utopia of disposable luxury living. Her work has appeared most recently in the FOAM Talent exhibition (Amsterdam and London), London’s Tate Modern and Saatchi Gallery, and at The Lowry, Salford. She is included in upcoming group shows at Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur, Switzerland; the NEoN Festival, Dundee, Scotland; and ApexArt, New York, USA. In 2016 Felicity won the British Journal of Photography’s International Photography Award, was shortlisted for the Jerwood/Photoworks Award and the ING Unseen Talent Award, and was selected as a FOAM Talent.
Felicity lives and works in London, UK.