Luisa Whitton is a British photographer currently based in London. She just graduated with a Distinction from an MA in Photography at London College of Communication.

Her project work has been published internationally, in The British Journal of Photography, Hotshoe, Telegraph, L'oeil and The Times, and has been exhibited at the Royal Institute of Science. Most recently, Whitton was selected as one of Magnum's Top 30 Under 30, and appeared on BBC Radio 4's show Something Understood, Artificial Soul.




Education

2015 MA Photography, London College of Communication, UAL, London
2010-2013 BA Photography, London College of Communication, UAL, London


Awards and Grants

2015 The Ashley Family Foundation Scholarship for Postgraduate studies
2014 EWACC, East-West Art Award, Finalist
2014 Top 30 under 30 Magnum Photos
2013 Peaches and Cream III Graduate Award, Millennium Images
2013 LCC Hotshoe Portfolio Award
2012 The Times Eureka Young Photographers, Moving Image Award

Press and Publications

2013 Telegraph Magazine (UK, Sept) The Humanoid League
2013 Hotshoe Magazine (UK, Aug/Sept)
2013 British Journal of Photography (UK,July)
2012 The Times Eureka Magazine (UK,June) Issue 33 Life
Selected Group Exhibitions

2016 The State I am In , Photoszene Festival, Cologne, Germany
2015 The Present Hurts , London College of Communication
2014 I, Robot, Galerie Manque, Brooklyn


2014 Instance, The Vagabond Gallery, Southsea
2014 Top 30 Under 30, Magnum Photos, The Photography Show, NEC Birmingham
2013 Open 13 Night Projection, Brighton Photo Fringe 13, Phoenix Brighton
2013 89+, Self Publish Be Happy, Serpentine Gallery, London
2013 Peaches and Cream III, Dreamspace Gallery, London
2013 The Ian Perry Scholarship, Biscuit Building, London
2013 Uncertain Futures, Meeting House Square, Dublin
2013 London College of Exhibitionists, UAL, London
2012 The Times Eureka Young Photographers Award, Royal Institute of Science, London
2012 IdeasTap Photographic Award, Magnum Print Room, London
2011 Photomonth East London International Photography Festival, London