Working professionally as a fashion and product photographer Jamie Tilley’s artistic practice presents responses to man and self-altered spaces, using methods borrowed from commercial photography, online and tech culture, architecture and set-design, often using digital manipulation techniques to create subverted and constructed realities of his own.
Focusing on notions of object and place, ownership and the future idealised space, he presents photographs that question where the boundaries of image making lie, in particular between commercial photography and fine art.
In 2016 Tilley completed his MA in Photography at the Anglia Ruskin Cambridge School of Art having previously completed his HND in Photography the Bristol College.
He has exhibited at two consecutive PhotoBlock events in London at the Truman Brewery as part of the PhotoMasters exhibition. He was selected for Art:Language:Location 2015 and in 2016 won a 12 month mentorship with Metro Imaging London.