Annie Benton is a self-portraiture and performance photographer, who works around the areas of feminism and women's rights, using historical and contemporary affairs as her references. With the use of costume, make-up and expression, Annie performs to the camera and to her audience, confronting them to challenge their morals and biases.
Annie has worked with a number of analogue and digital processes in both professional work and personal work, as well as experimenting with the more technical aspects of photographic processes.
Benton is currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Wolverhampton, teaching students on the Photography and Foundation Art and Design Courses.
Benton also undertakes commercial work, with a varied portfolio for publications and private clients.
Post Compulsory Education PGCE from the University of Wolverhampton
BA(Hons) Photography from the University of Wolverhampton
City and Guilds Level 2 and 3 Photo Image Capture from City of Wolverhampton College
May- July 2019 Black Country Chamber
September 2019 Prosper Magazine
December 2019 Architects Journal
January- February 2018 The Light House Media Centre, Wolverhampton
January-February 2019 Centrala, Birmingham
June 2019 Wolverhampton School of Art Degree Show