Zoë Barker has lived and worked on the Isle of Wight for the last nine years.

She's a great believer in the particular qualities of film and shoots on large and medium format cameras.

She has exhibited in London, Bristol, Dorset and Devon as well as on the Isle of Wight. She supplies images for the Millennium picture library. Her work has appeared in a range of publications including Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food,
New Scientist, The Independent Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Donmar Warehouse publicity and a number of book covers. In 2015, her series House of Two Sisters won the Documentary Series category at the British Life Photography Awards.

She was recently invited to join contemporary craft group QuayCrafts and has
just completed her first major project with them which culminated in an exhibition at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.


Out of the Ordinary - Paul McPherson Gallery, Greenwich 17-28 Nov 2015

Beyond the Red Rope - The Edward VII Convalescent Home For Officers -
Osborne House, Isle of Wight 7 Sept - 1 Nov 2015

Winner of Documentary Series - British Life Photography Awards 2015 -
Mall Galleries, London 2-7 March 2015

Winner of Evolver Competition - Millfield Gallery, Street 7 July - 19 Aug

Salon des Refusés - Happenstance Gallery, London 19-24 June 2014

House of Two Sisters - Quay Arts, Newport 31 May - 14 June 2014

Parallax International Art Fair - Chelsea Town Hall, London 20-22 Feb 2014

RWA Photography Opens - Royal West of England Academy, Bristol 2011 -2014

International Renaissance Competition - Mall Galleries, London March 2011

Relative Spaces - Geffrye Museum, London 13 Oct 2009 - 2 June 2010

AOP Photography Open - AOP Gallery, London 29 July - 27 Aug 2009

Relative Spaces - Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton 7 Mar - 25 Apr 2009

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