Mary-Anne Walker is currently studying for an MA in Photography at Plymouth College of Art. Walker's practice aims to engage and connect with unique and marginalised communities. The work allows individuals as well as groups of people the opportunity to represent themselves and tell their unique stories.
Walker uses photography as a method of engagement, combining participatory elements and photography in order to create images. This process allows Walker to document and reflect the world around her.
Walker feels compelled to photograph people, using her camera as a tool to engage and connect with strangers. Photography enables her to explore and interact with others. The camera becomes a window to a new unexplored world, where she can focus on things that in the real world can be easily overlooked.