Hayleigh Longman
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Based in London 

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Hayleigh Longman uses photography to open a dialogue, to collect stories tied to people and place which explore the duality of human strength and fragility. Longman uncovers ways to visually approach subjects of a sensitive personal nature, considering elements of play and performance within human existence.

Currently running workshops at Baytree Centre for girls & a visiting lecturer at University of Hertfordshire.









Education 
BA (Hons) Photography, Manchester School of Art

Prizes
2019, Metro Imaging Mentorship Award
2019, Silver Art Award, Heritage Lottery Fund
2018, Redeye Graduate Prize

Exhibitions
2020, Carry me Homeward, Gallery Lockin Brighton PhotoFringe
2020, Fresh Cuts, Sid Motion Gallery, London
2019, Photofusion Salon, London
2019, Homeland, Revolv Collective, London
2019, Violet Nights, Hayward Gallery, London
2018, Photofusion Salon, London
2018, Not the Final Major, Brighton Photofringe, Hastings
2018, Route, Voies-Off Festival, Arles France
2018, Beyond the Camera, Pingyao International Photo Festival, China
2018, Take Flight, Vertical Gallery, Manchester
2018, Temporary Bathroom Darkroom, Grosvenor Gallery, Manchester
2018, Our North, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

Curation
2020, Sixteen x S2AU, Photofusion, London
2019, Haarlem Artspace Trial, Wirksworth Festival
2019, Assistant Curator, Made in Wirksworth, Wirksworth Festival
2019, Assistant Curator, Peckham 24, London
2017, Artist Liaison, LOOK Photography Festival

Features 
2020, BBC London Radio Interview with Salma and LionHeart 
2020, Creative Review, Wellcome Covid-19 Project
2020, Evening Standard, Capturing Covid's impact on mental health
2020, Photo Scratch, Special Online edition
2020, PORT Magazine, Pie and Mash Article
2018, The Photographers’ Gallery, A story behind a photograph
2017, Open Eye Gallery, Winds of change, Culture Shifts programme 

Publication 
2020, Splash and Grab, Issue 5

Residencies
2019, Collectivism Residency, Haarlem Artspace, Wirksworth
2018, Bathroom Darkroom Project Residency