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2018- Creative Review Zeitgeist Award
2018-Makers and Maverick -Huit Denim
2017- Royal Photographic Society Hood Medal Award (Looking for Alice)
2017 - Shortlisted Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Best Book Award
2016 - Winner of Prix Virginia - International Photography, France
2016 - Taylor Wessing National Portrait Prize - 2 images (UK)
2016 - Shortlist Aperture Paris Photo Foundation Best Book Award
2016 - Finalist Renaissance Awards (UK)
2016 - Arnold Newman Award for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture (USA)
2016 - PDN Winner of Book Award ‘Looking for Alice’ (USA)
2016 - Finalist Guernsey Photography Festival (UK)
2015 - Jurors Pick Daylight Award (USA)
2015 - Taylor Wessing National Portrait Prize (UK)
2015 - The Fence Huston Boston Brooklyn (USA)
2015 - London Photographers Gallery Fresh Faced+Wild (UK)
2015 - The Fence Huston Atlanta Brooklyn (USA)
2014 - Finalist Photographers Gallery Bar Tur Book Award (UK)
2014 - Prix Virginia Special Selection 2014 (FR)
2014 - Taylor Wessing National Gallery Portrtait Prize, London (UK)
2014 - Winner Lens Culture International Emerging Photographer Award (USA)
2014 - Finalist Renaissance Awards (UK)
2014 - Finalist Royal Photographic International Print Exhibition (UK)
2014 - Winner New York Photo Awards (USA)
2013 - Finalist Lens Culture Exposure Awards (USA)
2013 - Finalist VignetteMagazine (UK)
2018 - Looking for Alice - Västerbottens Museum. Umeå, Sweden.
2017 - Together - National Portrait Gallery, London.
Selected Group Exhibitions
Photo East. Emma Bowkett. Sufolk 2018.
AIPAD. Michael Hoppen Gallery. New York 2018.
Universal Mother. Save the Children. London 2018.
Golden Boundaries. Robert Cappa Center. Budapest 2018.
Untethered - Michael Hoppen Gallery, London 2017.
Photo London. Michael Hoppen Gallery. London 2017.
Photo 50 London Art Fair - Curated by Christiane Monarche. London 2017.
The Guernsey Photography Festival. Guernsey 2016.
Taylor Wessing National Gallery Portrait Prize. National Gallery, London (with catalogue) 2016.
Fresh Faced + Wild Eyed. Photographer's Gallery. London 2015.
Renaissance Photography Prize. Getty Image Gallery. London (with catalogue) 2015.
Taylor Wessing National Gallery Portrait Prize. National Gallery. London (with Catalogue) 2015.
Taylor Wessing National Gallery Portrait Prize. National Gallery, London (with catalogue) 2014.
Lens Culture Emerging Photographer Awards. Barcelona (with catalogue) 2014.
Renaissance Photography Prize. Getty Image Gallery. London (with catalogue) 2014.
Royal Photographic International Print Exhibition. Greenwich Heritage Centre, Woolich 2014.
Lens Culture Exposure Awards. London College of Communication Gallery. London 2013
Following a 15year career as a psychotherapist in private practice, British photographer Sian Davey launched a career in photography in 2014, drawing on her experiences as a psychotherapist and mother to inform her practice. Her work is an investigation of the psychological landscapes of both herself and those around her. Her family and community are central to her work. Davey studied Fine Art painting (Bath Academy of Fine Art, 1985) and Social Policy (University of Brighton, 1990) Humanistic Psychotherapy (1995) and more recently, photography (MA 2014 and MFA 2016 at Plymouth University).
1985 - Bath Academy of Art-Fine Art Painting
1990 - Social Policy (BA Hons) University of Brighton
1995 - Integrative Psychotherapy Training
2011 - Clinical Supervision Training
2014 - MA Photography and the Book with David Chandler, Jem Southam, Liz Nicol and Liz Wells
2016 MFA Photographic Arts with David Chandler