Harriet Moore is a contemporary landscape photographer based in Plymouth, UK.

Harriet Moore is currently studying BA (Hons) Photography at Plymouth College of Art. She specialises in photographic work that explores the overlooked and the everyday, focusing on banal and mundane subjects throughout her work.


Previous Exhibitions

Everyday Delight: Windows Edition
(August 2020)
A nationwide exhibition ran by Shutterhub where chosen photographs were exhibited in locations across the UK.

Yearbook 2020
(July – September 2020)
An online exhibition ran by Shutterhub to showcase recent graduates’ work in light of final exhibitions being canceled or postponed due to Coronavirus.

Brutal and Banal Landscapes
(November 2019 – January 2020)
Brutal and Banal Landscapes was a joint exhibition with Ray Goodwin held in Project Space One, Plymouth College of Art.

Economy
(May 2018)
Economy was a group exhibition centered around the central theme held in Make Space 5, Plymouth.

Collaboration
(March 2018)
An exhibition ran by housing company Cleverstudentlets to encourage housemates to create work together with the theme of ‘Collaboration’, showcased in Project Space 1 at Plymouth College of Art.

New Perspectives
(June 2017)
New Perspectives was a group exhibition showcasing graduating students, hosted at Bath College’s City Center Campus.

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