Heather Glazzard is a queer feminist artist based in Manchester. Her work questions gender stereotypes by depicting the diversity of individual sexuality. She focuses on the female body in its authentic appearance without retouching the reality. Her intimate portraits depict people who are open about their inner selfs and are thereby disarmingly pure. Her work was recently featured in a solo show called Isn’t She Lovely held at Islington Mill, Manchester. Besides being a photographer she is a curator of M(.)ist collective.
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