Frances McAllister

Frankie McAllister is a London based photographer originally from Northern Ireland, working mostly in remote, urban and industrial scenes in a style somewhere on the fringes between fine art landscape and documentary photography. She has a particular interest in the mark of man on nature, especially in fragile regions (and the signs of nature reclaiming the manmade) as well as the seemingly random way scenes, both natural and ‘constructed’, often appear to be arranged as visual tableaux. Current projects include ‘Manipulated Landscapes, Winter playgrounds’ about the impact of tourism on rural mountain areas, ‘Corridor’ a project about the in-between and anonymous parts of cities and ‘Two Way Mirror’ a completely different type of project featuring quiet and meditative images in black and white.


All images are printed as archival quality giclee prints on Hahnemuhle Pearl. They are all limited edition (12 only) prints from the original photographic file, certified and signed by the photographer. They are available framed as presented or as print only. The sizes given are for print only.



Publications and Online Galleries

fLIP Magazine, Dec 2019 - "Pilgrimage as an Act of Resistance”

Vogue Italia Photographer Gallery

Aesthetica Magazine Summer edition listing “Manipulated Landscapes”

fLIP Magazine, Dec 2018 – “Lives Interrupted”

Exhibitions and Awards 2019/20

RPS Print Exhibition, Lauderdale House, Feb 2020

Chromatic Awards – Bronze 2019

Short listed for British Photography Awards 2020

Salon 19, Photofusion 2019

'Everyday Delight' - Free Space Project for Shutterhub, 2019

International Photography Awards, honourable mention 2019

London Independent Photography 31st Annual Show, 2019

'Home' Ealing BEAT, the Rickyard, 2019

‘Art on a Postcard’ Artists Charity auction, Spitalfields

'Home' Gallery at Home, Monmouthshire, 2019

'Time to Think, Festival Pil'ours, St Gilles croix de Vie,France 2019

'Thought Atlas, Espacio Gallery, 2019

'Street/Form' POW!WOW!, Rotterdam, 2019

'Factual Enigma', CLIP, Espacio Gallery 2019,

RPS Print Exhibition, Lauderdale House, 2019

Shutterhub Open, 5&33 Gallery, Amsterdam, 2019