Jacqueline Butler works with photography, digital video, the artist book, and writing and has a particular fascination with archives and collections (both public and private). Her interests are in exploring visual narrative and contemplating on the material qualities of photography in both analogue and digital forms.
Jacqueline’s arts practice evaluates domestic histories and the tangibility of the contemporary photograph and explores themes associated with analogue photography, of loss and melancholia.
She is a Co-ordinator and founding member of FTN(Family Ties Network, UK), and MCollective (artist book co-operative) and is currently undertaking a PhD at Glasgow School of Art.
Jacqueline is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy. From 2006-2011 she was Honorary Secretary of APHE (Association for Photography in Higher Education) and continues to be a member of the association.