Lorna MacKay is a photographic artist based in Newcastle upon Tyne working across digital and analogue photography, moving image and printmaking.
With an interest in heritage, identity and our relationship with environment, both natural and human-made, her work frequently incorporates multiple creative processes.
She often favours a collaborative approach to projects and is currently an artist-in-residence at Newcastle's Wellcome Centre for Mitochondrial Research while studying for an MA in Creative Arts Practice at Newcastle University, graduating in September 2021.
2021 Feature Shoot
Emerging Photography Award nominee
2020-21 Artist-in-Residence (Collaboration with poet Natalie Crick)
Newcastle Wellcome Centre for Mitochondrial Research
Group exhibition at Vane Gallery, August 2021
2019-2021 Creative Arts Practice MA, Newcastle University
Graduating September 2021
2019 Northern Print
Hotbed Press 20x20 Print Exchange participant
2017-2019 Photography Assistant to Jeremy Abrahams
2018 Newcastle College Michael Ormerod Travel Award