Christina Webber lives and works in Scotland, where she completed a First Class BA (Hons) in Photography & Film from Edinburgh Napier University in 2015. Christina loves pictures, words and their potential when put together; using photography as a reflective process to re-position perspective and explore shared experience. She is currently cultivating an intense love-hate relationship with the internet's capacity for perpetual connectivity. 

Christina is co-founder of Fresh Focus, a peer-led critique group providing dedicated space for project discussion/development. In this role she has played a fundamental part in designing the group's structure, maintaining its social media presence and programming a calendar of on and offline events. Fresh Focus has held three group exhibitions to date, produced one group publication WORKBOOK and traded at a variety of zine fairs.

Christina recently launched Finding Focus, a series of authentic conversations seeking to 'demystify' the creative industries. This is intended as an informal resource for those finding their feet in the arts, alongisde an exploration of contemporary photographic 'work-in-progress'.

Currently Christina is working in a Freelance capacity as a Digital Content Producer and Social Media Officer for a variety of clients, alongside Tutoring as part of the Stills School. This recently involved producing a pair of video resources designed to encourage engaging with photography from home. 

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  • March 14 - May 24th 2020: Scottish Portrait Awards 2019 (Kirkcudbright Galleries, Kirkcudbright) | Jack Low, Leith (from OVERWHELM) selected for exhibition
  • February 1 2020: BREAKING BOUNDS - FOUR WOMEN, FOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEYS | Invited speaker (Glasgow Art Club, Glasgow) 
  • January 17 - February 27 2020:  Scottish Portrait Awards 2019 (Glasgow Art Club, Glasgow) | Jack Low, Leith (from OVERWHELM) selected for exhibition
  • November 10 2019: Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2019 (Summerhall, Edinburgh) | Self / conscious screened as part of the 'Conventionality Isn't Me' programme
  • October 31- November 30: Scottish Portrait Awards 2019 (Edinburgh Art Club, Edinburgh) | Jack Low, Leith (from OVERWHELM) selected for exhibition
  • March 23 2019: SETTLE DOON (Settlement Projects, Bonnyrigg) | Digital Noise exhibited as moving image installation
  • December 1 2018 - January 27 2019:​ Jill Todd Photographic Award 2018 (Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow) | Digital Noise highly commended by judging panel ​
  • December 2018: You are bizarre and beautiful and I will love you forever self-published | First edition of 25 (76 pages, perfect bound)
  • September 2018 - October 2018: Another Colouring Book (Cameo Bar, Edinburgh) | Solo show, work exhibited with additional archive material
  • July 7-17 2018: ​​Projects 18: Fresh Focus ​(Stills: Centre for Photography, Edinburgh) | Exhibited Another Colouring Book 
  • April 2018: Are we nearly post-gender yet? self-published | First edition of 50 (38 pages, staple bound, hand embroidered)
  • March 1-10 2018: ​Gender and the Lens II (Ryerson Art Space, Canada) | are we nearly post-gender yet? selected for exhibition by ​Feminist Photography Network

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