Eileen Perrier is a London based Photographer. She studied Photography at the University of Creative Arts (Farnham) and graduated with an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art. She is currently a Senior Lecturer, in Photography, at the University of Westminster, and Associate Lecturer in Photography at UAL – London College of Communication.
Perrier’s practice includes personal projects and art commissions. Recent projects have seen Perrier working on site specific portraits, in public spaces. Her practice includes sitters encountered through various strategies; such as their occupation; location or a physical trait.
Eileen’s work has been widely exhibited. Residencies include Light Work (in partnership with Autograph ABP), Playing The City, Kunsthalle Schirn (Germany). She was also invited to work with Tate Britain on the education programme – BP Family Festival: Close Encounters of the Art Kind, and commissioned by Kings College London to create Portraits of a Global Law School.
Since 2013, Perrier set up unEXPOSED, this is free to view on Instagram @ une_photo_alumni
This platform showcases the work of final year projects. Acting as an archive and research resource for future generations, interested in graduates from culturally diverse backgrounds in the 21st Century from BA and MA Photography programs in the UK and to also help promote / support the work of Alumni in the early stages of their career.
Perrier is also on two boards, The Photographers’ Gallery and London Print Studio.