Gina Lundy is a Bristol born photographer (1979) based in Glasgow. She studied Documentary Photography at Newport, University of South Wales (2009) and recently completed a Masters of Research in Creative Practices at The Glasgow School of Art (2017).
She works across genres (landscape, portrait, still life) and mediums (photography, text, screen print, installations, publication), via methods including; photography, interviews, workshops, collage and interrogating archival material.
Her research interests include British social history and working class women's histories. Her creative approach aims to uncover and re-present hidden narratives and voices/experiences otherwise marginalised.
Exhibitions include groups shows in London (The AOP, PEER, Hackney Downs, Mile End Pavillion), Glasgow (Glasgow Women’s Library), Brighton (Brighton Photography Biennial), Cardiff (Ffoto Gallery) and Bristol (Spike Island).
She is currently the Programme leader for the Photography BA (Hons) at the Open College of The Arts, UK, a non-profit educational charity whose charitable purpose is to widen participation in arts education through open and flexible distance learning methods.