Judith Rowan’s photographs respond to a place, finding beauty in the dilapidated, flaky paintwork, distressed buildings and random texts.
A member of the Edinburgh LoFi Photography Group since 2009, she uses a range of analogue plastic cameras and pinhole, with film/paper.
Prior to its demise in 2010, she used Polaroid SX10, creating a body of work mostly from around Dunbar, which resulted in a published artist’s book.
Following her BA (Hons) Fine Art degree (2000), she was elected a Professional Member of the Society of Scottish Artists in 2004. She has exhibited her photographs, paintings and prints regularly at the Royal Scottish Academy, the Society Scottish Artists, and nationally.