Julia Johnson works in the medium of photography and multimedia in order to address issues surrounding education and social welfare within diverse communities in the UK. Her work promotes social change whilst creating a lively discourse amongst audiences. Julia has exhibited her work at a range of venues in London, Brighton, Liverpool and Cambridge. She now lectures in photography at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. Julia’s research into education and Gypsy and Traveller welfare led her to design and deliver an exciting collaborative photographic project for Gypsy youths within the Cambridgeshire area.
Julia is currently working towards a PhD research degree at the London College of Communication in collaboration with the UK National Health Service.