English, b.1982.

Tamsin is a photographer and architect based in London. She is interested in human imprints on the landscape. The passage of time is at the core of her work; mapping journeys from human to geological scale. Her photographs elevate the quiet moment, bringing presence to what is often overlooked.

Awards
2017 - Photofusion SALON/17, Photomonitor Photobook Commendation (UK)
2016 - Black +White Spider Awards, Honourable Mention (USA)
2016 - IPA 2016, Honourable Mention (USA)
2016 - B&W Magazine, Portfolio Spotlight Award (USA)
2016 - 159 RPS International Print Exhibition, Selectors Choice (Dougie Wallace) (UK)
2015 - Offspring Photo Meet Portfolio Award, Gold (UK)
2014 - British Institute of Professional Photographers Awards, Silver (UK)
2014 - RPS Photobook Competition, Honourable Mention (UK)
2014 - Photolucida Critical Mass, Finalist (USA)
2012 - British Institute of Professional Photographers Awards, Bronze (UK)
2012 - Royal Photographic Society, Associate Distinction (UK)
2012 - British Institute of Professional Photographers, Associate Distinction (UK)

Selected Group Exhibitions
2018 - Bridewell Theatre (London, UK): SHUTTER HUB Borders (CURATOR: Karen Harvey)
2017 - Photofusion (London, UK): SALON/17
2017 - Old Truman Brewery (London, UK): 29th LIP Annual Show (SELECTORS: Alex Bamford, Gemma Barnett, Julia Fullerton-Batten)
2017 - Darkroom Gallery (Vermont, USA): Pathways and Passageways (CURATOR: Stephen Perloff) [Catalogue]
2017 - Davis Orton Gallery (New York, USA): Annual Group Show (CURATOR: Paula Tognarelli) [Catalogue]
2017 - Retina Scottish International Photography Festival (Edinburgh, UK): 159th RPS International Print Exhibition
2017 - Belfast Photography Festival (Belfast, UK): 159th RPS International Print Exhibition
2017 - The Museum of Somerset (Taunton, UK): 159th RPS International Print Exhibition
2016 - The University of Brighton (Brighton, UK): 159th RPS International Print Exhibition
2016 - The Printspace (London, UK): Photo-Forum End of Year Show
2016 - Royal Albert Hall (London, UK): 159th RPS International Print Exhibition [Catalogue]
2016 - Espacio Gallery (London, UK): 28th LIP Annual Show (SELECTORS: Max Houghton, Melanie King, Michelle Sank)
2016 - Old Truman Brewery (London, UK): 159th RPS International Print Exhibition (SELECTORS: Celia Davies, Malcolm Dickson, Russ O’Connell, Gemma Padley, Dougie Wallace) [Catalogue]
2016 - Davis Orton Gallery (New York, USA): Annual Group Show (CURATOR: Paula Tognarelli)
2016 - Dean Clough Gallery (Halifax, UK): The Work of the BIPP
2016 - Oxhey Mill Studios (Preston, UK): The Work of the BIPP
2016 - Buckinghamshire Art Gallery (Aylesbury, UK): The Work of the BIPP
2015 - Photofusion (London, UK): SALON/15 (JURY: Brandei Estes, Christiane Monarchi, Julie Gavin, Tristan Lund)[Catalogue]
2015 - The Civic (Barnsley, UK): RPS Biennial Exhibition
2015 - Rich Mix (London, UK): Photomonth: Telling Stories
2015 - Lishui International Photography Festival (Lishui, CN): Violence, Resilience and the Human Spirit (CURATOR: Laura Valenti)
2015 - Hull International Photography Festival (Hull, UK): RPS Biennial Exhibition
2015 - Arts Centre Washington (Washington, UK): RPS Biennial Exhibition
2015 - Grant Bradley Gallery (Bristol, UK): RPS Biennial Exhibition
2014 - Photofusion (London, UK): SALON/14 [Catalogue]
2014 - Royal Photographic Society (Bath, UK): Photobook Exhibition (JUROR: Gerry Badger) [Catalogue]

Screenings
2015 - Offspring Photo Meet, Proud Archivist (UK)
2013 - Urban Encounters: Urban Materialities, Tate Modern (UK)

Photobook Fairs
2015 - Vienna Photobook Festival (AT)
2015 - Impressions Gallery Photobook Fair (UK)
2015 - Photobook Weekend, Old Truman Brewery (UK)
2015 - Photolucida Photobook Fair, Portland (USA)

Books
You Don’t Hear Dogs Barking. Photographs by Tamsin Green. Self Published: London 2015

Publications
Black & White Magazine, Light Leaked, Verve Photo, Don't Take Pictures, The Photographer, Lenscratch, fLIP, Kindai Kenchiku, AJ: The Architects Journal, RPS Capital Interest

Education
2004-6 - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Masters of Architecture (JP)
2000-3 - University College London (UCL), Bachelor of Architecture (UK) 

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