Lily Miles is a British Photographer based in the UK. Her work is a fusion of documentary story-telling and portraiture.
Seeking to celebrate and explore those with unique paths, Lily’s project practice has specialised in the visual depiction of societal taboos. ‘Pink to Make the Boys Wink’ 2019, focused upon a group of female sex workers from a local Sheffield brothel ran by women. This project went on to win the South West Graduate Photography Prize 2019.
Lily currently lives in Brighton and is available for commissions and assisting work.
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BA (Hons) Photography, Bath Spa University (First Class).
Fotonow CIC (2019)
2022 Miniclick, Headrow House, Leeds.
2022 Portrait of Britain Vol 5, Hoxton Mini Press.
2021 Portrait of Britain Vol 4, Hoxton Mini Press.
2020 There There Was Us, AND 2020.
2019 Loupe Magazine, Issue 10, National Identity.
2019 Photograd Zine, PGZ2019.
2022 British Journal of Photography, Portrait of Britain - Winner.
2019 South West Graduate Photography Prize - Winner.
2022 Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize.
2021 British Journal of Photography, Portrait of Britain.
2021 Mass Energy Zine and Exhibition Launch Night, Bibliotecha, London.
2020 Photography Now, The Brick Lane Gallery, London.
2019 South West Graduate Photography Prize, The Old Truman Brewery, Fotonow, London.
2019 Cream 2019, University of Brighton, Crane Kalman Gallery, Brighton.
2019 FORM, Graduate Exhibition, Candid Arts Trust Gallery, London.
2019 Degree Show, Bath School of Art and Design.
2019 Interim Exhibition, Walcot Chapel Arts Space, Bath.
2018 Object Figure Space, Group Exhibition, Walcot Chapel, Bath.