Amy D'Agorne is a UK and Yorkshire based photographer who graduated from her BA Photography at Edinburgh School of Art/The University of Edinburgh with First Class Hons in 2015. 

Since then she has worked for a variety of clients and on personal projects that have spanned the globe; from Japan to New Zealand and Canada, to all the way back to the North of England.  

Her project work primarily consists of long-form, research-based projects that play in the area between documentary and fine art photography, that investigate the prevalent issues related to climate change; such as food sovereignty, corporate agriculture, fossil fuel extraction, and the many-faceted ways that late-stage capitalism presents itself. All as seen through a feminist lens.

Available for commissions, commercial work and workshops.

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MA Documentary Photography, The University of South Wales, The European Centre for Documentary Research, Wales, United Kingdom, 2022.

First Class (Hons) BA Photography, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 2015.


‘CopCreate’, Fotografiska; The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Shanghai, China, April 19th 2024

HOLD, Exhibition of commissioned work at The Humanities Research Centre, The University of York, 2nd November 2023 - January 2024

You May Find Yourself…’ Just Stop Oil at Koppel X, London, June 2nd - 16th, 2023

‘Peeling the Paris Green’, Refil Arts and Community Centre, York, May - June, 2023

‘Dance Yrself Clean’, Performance, talk and exhibition, Peckham 24, Copeland Gallery, London, 11th - 14th May 2023.

York Open Studios Exhibition, The Hospitium, York, March 2023.

'Ones to Watch, 2023', Sunny Bank Mills Gallery, Leeds, United Kingdom. 11th March - 30th April 2023.

Reframing, Reclaiming, funded by The Hepworth, at The Art House, Wakefield, 21st October 2022 -  8th January 2023. Extended to 8th February 2023.

COP27, Digital Projection, Egypt, 8th November 2022.

Create COP27, Digital Exhibition curated by Art Partner, 2022.

ATLAS exhibition, Copeland Gallery, Peckham, London, September 2022.

The Jill Todd Photographic Award, Street Level Gallery, Scotland. December 1st 2018 - January 27th, 2019.

ESAF 2016, Biscuit Factory, Edinburgh, UK. February 2016.

Level with the Creamline, Foundation Building, 7 East 7th Street, NYC. November 2015. 

Boundaries, The Art Directors Club, New York City, USA. February 2015.

"Just After Spring, and Before Summer", York Steiner School, UK. October 2015.

Sill LifeThe Wilgus Gallery, Baltimore, MD, USA. 23rd February - 22nd March 2014.

Bilston Glen, EdinburghDo Collective Exhibition, Moray House, Edinburgh, UK. April 2013.

'Letterboxes', Andrew Grant Gallery, ECA, Edinburgh, 2012.

Awards, Talks and Other

Commissioned by The University of York for their permanent collection, August 2023.

Nominated for The Louis Roederer Photography Prize for Sustainability, by Francesca Pinto, Magnum, 2023.

The Hepworth Gallery, Hannah Starkey commission collaboration, 2022.

Red Eye Photography Network, Graduate Mentorship Award, with Laura Noble, 2022.

Art Partner, COP27 Competition, Honourable Mention, 2022.

Potato Photographer of The Year, 2020. Featured in The Guardian, BBC, It's Nice That

Artist Talk, Square One Events, Cardiff, Wales, 2020.

Jill Todd Photographic Award Artist Talks, Street Level Gallery, Glasgow, 2019.

Lensational, Online Image Manager, International, 2017.

London Art Book Fair, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2015.

Media Internship, Ashinaga Organisation, Tokyo, Japan. August - October 2015.

Marion Cameron MacKenzie Scholarship Award, Edinburgh, 2015.

Member of GLUE Collective, 2015 - present.

EnRoot Collective Photographer, Scotland, England and Wales, UK.  May - July 2015.

Artist Talk for RedEye Photography Network at Impressions Gallery, Bradford, UK, March 2015.

Co-Creative Director of SoftBox Photography Collective, 2014 - 2015.

Young Photographer's Alliance Mentoring Program, London Team, July - August 2014.


Trip Mag, Feature, 2016

Hunger Magazine, Interview, 2013

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