Brittonie Fletcher (MFA) is a British-American artist, educator and curator currently based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Her work of the past decade has focused on connection to place, belonging and community often tying in politics and personal. In addiction she has honed her expertise in technical analogue and hybrid alternative photographic processes for which she is often sought. She is an active member of Edinburgh LoFi and the Calotype Society.
She has received awards, nominations and fellowships for her work including the 7th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers, A nomination for the Royal Photographic Society's '100 Heroines' and an Arctic Circle Fellowship and recent sponsorship by Highland Park.
Brittonie has exhibited internationally and her work has been published with Focal/Rutledge Press and Random House as well as other publications online and in print. Her work can be found in public collections such as the Preus Museum: Norwegian National Museum of Photography and the National Library of Scotland.
Previous teaching appointments have included the Royal College of Art as Media Instructor and Study abroad teaching for Maryland College of Art and Missouri University. She is current faculty at Stills Centre for Photography Edinburgh, Scotland and the Penumbra Foundation in New York, USA and an Innovation Lab workshop leader at Fairfield University.
Her curatorial work includes director of ACTINIC Festival, Juriour for the Art of Research Imperial Innovations with the Welcome Trust, and up coming exhibition ‘Photography In Print’ at Edinburgh Printmakers Jan – March 2020.