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Politically significant landscapes

Julia’s research currently utilises notions of political ecologies as a means of interpreting and criticising the messages and effectiveness of art, photography and environmental messaging.

Julia’s practice is informed by ideas of ecology that value the non-human and the non-living with a view to deepening an understanding of human/nature relationships.​​

Julia is a photographer and writer, exploring the ​political effects of representing landscape, place and environment.

Julia started her career as a landscape photographer, exhibiting and publishing disorie​ntating images, before moving on to a more overtly political practice.

Julia’s passions include nature and the links between social justice and the natural world.

Dr Julia PeckAcademic Subject Lead: Photography