Briony Campbell’s creative practice spans filmmaking, photography, education and social research.
In 2009 she gained an MA with distinction, in documentary photography, from The University of the Arts. That year ‘The Dad Project’; the story of losing her dad, became a formative chapter for her personally and professionally. The Project was exhibited, published and awarded internationally.
Her main areas of interest are; death, grief & faith; multiculturalism and participatory practice. As co-investigator on a Birmingham University, AHRC research project this year, Briony supported terminally ill people to make films. She is currently developing her long-term documentary on British-African families in East Africa, with Arts Council England funding.
Briony’s work is included in the curricula of institutions such as Central St Martin’s, London; University for Creative Arts, Farnham and Coventry University. She is a regular guest lecturer and delivers workshops internationally.