Jo Holland is an artist who creates emphatic photographic images without a camera or film.

Jo was introduced to photography by her father, and went on to study its origins and experimental darkroom based photographers including Man Ray and László Moholy-Nagy, delving into researching and exploring alternative ways to record light onto light sensitive paper.

Having always had a fascination with light, Jo creates original photographs via analogue process's that she further composes digitally to blend the classic with the contemporary.

Mark Osterman, Photographic Process Historian at George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, NY, has explained 'the transcendental beauty of Jo's images is due to the combination of both transmissive and reflected light being recorded onto photographic paper'.

Her artworks are intuitively informed from her meditation practice and innate connection to nature that, regardless of her selected subject matter, celebrate beauty, elegance and grace.

Currently based in London, Jo exhibits nationally and internationally, having recently been commissioned to create work for Harrods; Bhuti wellness centre, Richmond; and her largest piece to date at 2m x 16.5m in One Fen Court, a new building designed by EPA & owned by Generali.

Past Exhibitions