Alice Hayes, third year BA (Hons) Photography student had her work selected for the British Journal of Photographer’s Portrait of Britain 2017 exhibition.

The British Journal of Photography hosts the Portrait of Britain 2017, the nation’s biggest photography exhibition showcasing the many faces of modern Britain.

Portrait of Britain, envisioned as an ‘exhibition for the people, by the people” is a nationwide public exhibition attracting almost 8000 entries this year. It showcased 100 photographers on JC Decaux digital screens on UK street billboards and transport hubs, including shopping malls, train stations and airports in September 2017, and has been published in The British Journal of Photography. 

Speaking about her work, ‘Alice in the Mist’, Alice said:

I am delighted to have been selected in the final 100 entries for my work ‘Alice in the mist’, a self-portrait taken in Bournemouth from a larger body of personal work that I have been developing over the last year.”

The exhibition was displayed across JC Decaux’s digital network of screens from 1st – 30th September 2017. Read more about the Portrait of Britain.