Liz Harrington

Liz Harrington is a London-based photographic artist, with a particular interest in analogue, alternative processes and bookmaking. Her work predominantly explores places, buildings and objects that have become, or are at risk of becoming, obsolete. Liz is due to graduate in BA (Hons) Photography from the University of Westminster in 2013.


The Island of Secrets, 2012

The Island of Secrets explores the aura and secrecy surrounding Orford Ness, an isolated spit on the east coast of England, which was used as a base for highly secretive scientific research and military testing during the First and Second World Wars, and the Cold War. It has since been acquired by the National Trust and is now a designated National Nature Reserve.