Frankie McAllister is a London based photographer originally from Northern Ireland, and her practice sits somewhere on the convergence of fine art and documentary photography. Some of the work is representational, recording what she sees and following her interests in the everyday and ‘man’s’ effect on the environment, but her less literal work allows room for the exploration of the feelings behind the images. The consistent thread running through all the work though is an affinity with the thoughtful aspects of life. Whether landscape or still life, the mood is what attracts her and what she attempts to reflect; quiet, contemplative, and real. She is drawn to the well-worn, the flowers past their best or the food already half eaten, the abandoned landscapes or places out of season. Essentially the underside of life. There is a poignance in these scenes that always resonates, it's life in the minor key.