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Alicia is London based, specialising in portraiture, performance and documentary photography for the arts and entertainment industry. Her pictures are used in editorial, advertising, PR, publishing and design work, for organisations including Soho House, Matthew Bournes New Adventures, The Place, RADA and Pan Macmillan.

Working with The Photographers Gallery, Create Arts, and on Arts Council funded self-initiated projects Alicia also facilitates photography workshops for vulnerable and marginalised groups, using photography as a therapeutic tool.

Alicia holds an MA Photography from the London College of Communication and continues to work on personal projects exploring the body and identity. 

Selected Exhibitions:

October 2017: Bodies. An exhibition of Wet Plate Collodion tintypes as part of group show 'New Creative Directions' at Four Corners Gallery, London, E2.

June 2016 (Solo show): Portraits of RADA graduates 2016. Theatre Bar, RADA, London, W1. (Solo show)

November 2015: Exhibition of dance photography as part of You Me Bum Bum Train theatrical set. (Solo show)

November 2015: A Room For All Our Tomorrows (Solo show) The Place. A collaboration with Igor & Moreno.

October 2013: Retrospective (Solo show) Blue Elephant Theatre, SE5. To accompany Nutshell Dance performance.

August 2013: Artch Gallery, E9. Part of Spontaneous Combustion festival of dance, music and performance. A collaboration with Tom Bowes dance company. This exhibition toured to Imbue with Manchester Dance Consortium in September 2013 and Roehampton University in February 2014.

April 2013: Me Dea (Solo show) Teatro Nuevo, Napoli. A collaboration with choreographer Fortu Angelini.

October 2012: And God Created Woman? (Solo show) Long White Cloud Gallery, London. Part of Photomonth.

September 2012: Still Moving. City Hall, London. Part of Big Dance.

January 2011: Choreographic Portraits (Solo show) The Place, London. Part of Resolution.

March 2010: Its A Boy! New Players Theatre, London. Part of See You Next Tuesday festival.