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  Moyrah’s photographic interest's lies in contemporary documentary issues surrounding culture and the landscape.

This interest has stimulated a fascination with the many dimensions and potential metaphors of landscape and space, whether aesthetic, environmental or perhaps a particular sense of intrigue, with the unexpected.

Most recent, is her work ‘Shooting The Past’, a series of images generated alongside an archaeological project located in the landscape of a Cistercian Abbey, Strata Florida, Wales, UK that sets out to explore the changing landscape and its past meaning. The images incorporate ideas of psycho-geography, a narrative engaging fact and the imagination in conjunction with the geographical location reflecting its history.

Moyrah has firmly established her reputation as a versatile professional within the field of photography.

Moyrah presently lives on the beautiful coastline of West Wales, in the U.K. She exhibits nationally and internationally in both public and commercial spaces, and is also available to undertake commissioned work whether for private individuals, companies or public organisations, and also offers bespoke photographic workshops. (contact)

Moyrah Gall
MA Photography, Swansea, UK
Postgraduate Diploma in Documentary Photography at the Centre for Photographic Research, University Of Wales College Newport (UWCN), UK
1996 - 1999
BA (Hon's) Editorial Photography, University of Brighton, UK
April 2000 – 01
Arts Care- Gofal Celf – Moble Darkroom Project Development Officer
Photographic Darkroom & Digital Community Workshops
Aberystwyth Arts Centre,
Community projects including - Pupil Referral Units, Learning and Physical Challenged, Playgroups, Youth Groups and Adults, Probation Service, Substance Misuse, Secondary Schools, Visual and Audio Challenged, Barnardo and Young Carers.