Born in Colchester in 1983, Alison Stolwood studied MA Photography at the University of Brighton Faculty of Art, graduating in 2011.
Her work, which focuses on nature and landscape explores notions of time and change and her perception of things in the world.
Her work highlights a relationship between habitat and inhabitants and considers how much we control the spaces around us changing and developing the landscape in a process of social and technological succession.
Stolwood’s work featured in an exhibition at the Open Eye gallery in Liverpool entitled Still Outside (or unexplained) a group exhibition with four artists, from the UK, France and Switzerland who share common ground, closely observing and reworking parts of their environments that might otherwise be unseen or neglected.
In 2012 her photography featured in The Guardian newspaper’s My Best Shot feature.