Image above © Julia Fullerton-Batten, 2005, from the Series Teenage Stories (fragment)
julia fullerton-batten, juror of the 12th julia margaret cameron award
Julia Fullerton-Batten is a fine-art photographer whose work is acclaimed and exhibited worldwide. Her body of work now encompasses major projects covering a wide variety of themes and spanning a decade of engagement in fine-art photography. Julia’s images are admired for their cinematic, hyper-realism. Fullerton-Batten was commissioned by The National Portrait Gallery in London to shoot portraits of leading people in the UK National Health Service, which are now held in a permanent collection in the Gallery.
She was a winner of the HSBC Fondation pour la Photographie award, and is a Hasselblad Ambassador. Her images were on the front covers of 'A Guide to Collecting Contemporary Photography' (Thames and Hudson, 2012) and Eyemazing Magazine.
Major events in which she has recently participated include Fotografiska, Stockholm; Noorderlicht, International Festival of Photography, Kristiansund, Norway; Dong Gang Photo festival, Korea; Daegu Photo Biennale, Korea; Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and Fundacion Caja, Madrid; Pompidou Center, Paris; Shanghai International Photographic Art Exhibition; Hereford Photo Festival; The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai (MOCA Shanghai).
Guest Speaker - National Geographic Seminar in Washington DC; Fotografiska, Stockholm, and Noorderlicht, Norway.
Born in Germany Julia now lives in London.