Phillipa Klaiber is a long-form documentary photographer and artist. The central themes of her practice are the anthropology of landscape, ecology, memory, and the materiality and topography of land. 

Her most recent work, Vorest, is a meditation on the changing landscape of the Forest of Dean. It is an exploration of the connection between culture and nature in this landscape. 

In 2020, Phillipa completed an MA in Photography at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol).

(Based in Bristol, UK) 


Exhibitions

2022 'Compost' work in progress at Boomsatsuma Gallery

2022 East meets West, '22' at Format Festival

2017 Diffusion Festival

2016 Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year


Education

2020 MA Photography, University of West England 

2014 BA(Hons) Photography, University of Gloucestershire


Interviews

2021 Velvet Eyes Mag [online]

2020 Photomeet, “The Rural” [online]

2020 Lenscratch [online]


Selected Awards & Recognition

2022 OD Photo Prize [shortlisted]

2021 Photobook Awards EI2021 [shortlisted]

2020 Genesis Imaging Postgraduate Award [commended]

2019 Film Photo Award [finalist]

2019 GRAIN Bursary [shortlist]


Features

2021 The Heavy Collective [online]

2020 Broad Magazine [online]

2020 Phroom Magazine [online]

2020 Pupil Sphere Graduate Showcase [online]


Talks

2021 Square One, University of South Wales

2020 University of Gloucestershire



Using Format