Sarah Burns

BA (Hons) Photography – Work in Progress 

Edinburgh Napier University final year photography student Sarah Burns will be showing new work as part of the Photography BA (Hons) Degree Show & Festival of Creative Industries 2015.

Here’s an example of one of her previous projects from the series – “Home Hailesland”

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from the series Home Hailesland image © Sarah Burns all rights reserved 2015

 

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from the series Home Hailesland image © Sarah Burns all rights reserved 2015

 

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from the series Home Hailesland image © Sarah Burns all rights reserved 2015

 

 

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from the series Home Hailesland image © Sarah Burns all rights reserved 2015

 

Sarah says about the project…

“Wester Hailes is a mildly run down area of Edinburgh, going through regeneration. This particular area of Hailesland is where I spent a great deal of time as a child, visiting and being watched over by my relatives. This series looks at the indoor and outdoor relations of the area, exploring the space and aesthetics along with people I met there. This revisitation of Hailesland allowed me to remember my past as well as evaluate this areas place in todays society.”

Sarah Burns is an Edinburgh based Photographer who has spent her whole life living next to the Scottish capital. Her first experience with photography began when she was seven with an old child-design film camera on a family holiday and she has been enjoying learning more about the medium ever since.

Sarah focuses her work on people who share similar interests/experiences, and day to day life.

To see her previous work and regular updates, check out her http://sarahburns.format.com.

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