Known internationally for his research-driven photo stories and portraiture, Kieran’s work considers the interplay of environment and culture, tracing global stories through daily lives. He was trained professionally at the prestigious Herald newspaper group in Glasgow, picking up national and international awards including a 1st prize from World Press Photo. Freelance for nearly a decade, he is commissioned internationally and published widely. Before Scotland voted on independence he was considering how we are perceived globally. One of these myths is our physical appearance and how it relates to identity. He wants people to see people, not clichés.
Programmed as part of FLOW Photofest 2017.
Inverness Museum & Art Gallery