Katie Bret Day
Katie Bret Day is a London artist working with the medium of Photography. She graduated in Photography from the London College of Communication UAL in 2014, and is currently studying for her Masters at the Royal College of Art.
Her graduate collection Amalgam won both the Metro Mentorship Award and Paul Smith Prize from LCC for its innovative experimental techniques in negative and print making. Bret Day sets out to question and push the boundaries between traditional and digital methods of image making, exploring the photographic and its relationship with the real.
Over the last five years she has exhibited at Photofusion London, the Brighton Photo Fringe and Institute of Contemporary Art, alongside collaborating with artists and musicians and producing a self-published book, which has now been acquired by the British Library special collections.
Bret Day has been named as one of Aesthetica magazine’s rising talents, nominated for the Regeneration3 award received the Creative Reviews Zeitgeist Award. Since her return from a year long residency in Switzerland she has been listed as one of five next generation photographers by the Guardian Observer and her second publication is project is to be released later in the year.