Jamie House is an internationally exhibiting artist and educator. He graduated from University of the Creative Arts England with a BA (Hons) in Photomedia (2004) and successfully completed his PGCE in post compulsory education in 2010 at the University of Plymouth.
Jamie’s work explores how we look at the world through representation by critically analysing the medium and apparatus of photography. Employing a range of alternative processes to the latest digital imaging techniques. Image production and dissemination are at the core of Jamie’s practice.
To date Jamie's work has appeared in publications and blogs worldwide including:
New Scientist magazine (UK), Daily Telegraph (UK), PHOTO ARTS Book (USA), QUAD book project (UK),Peep Contemporary Art Magazine,Blow (UK), Ersatz Camera Work Catalogue (CA), Supermassive Black Hole Photographic Journal (UK), Blotbook, GUP Photography Journal (NL), Recycle Art Catalogue (BX), London Independent Photography Magazine (UK), Without Lenses (USA),Inscape Magazine (UK) Umter (DE) Excerpt Magazine (AU)
Recent exhibitions include:
2014-George Roger Gallery,Maidstone UK
2013-MADATAC 05: Transmorph Realities: The Abdication of the Visual Realm, Madrid
2012-Insanitus Visual Arts Festival,Fluxus Ministerija, Fabrikas "Lituanika"
2012-Royal Academy of Arts,ONE IN FOUR
2012-PHrame Photography Festival Brussels.
2012-Musrara Mix Festival,Jerusalem
2012-Brighton Photofringe Focus,Solo Show
2011-Aperture Foundation,"What happens Now?" New York
2011-Parallex Art Fair, La Galleria Pall Mall London
2011-Beyond the Lens,Incident rooms Bristol UK.
2011-Print & Design Now, SW1 Gallery, Bearspace London and Art Fair TBA
2011- For Japan, Hotshoe Gallery London.
2011-“Four Walls” Photo Ireland, Photography Festival
2011-WINDOW WORK-Plymouth “The Milky Way, after Herschel”
2011- Port Eliot Festival -Camera Obscura Installation
2011- Graphic Design Museum Boschstraat, Holland. Pinhole Parcel Project
2010- Atomino Festival Germany. `Stranger` project Solo Show
2010- That Gallery Hong Kong, Unwrap your mind Exhibition.