Myah Leasmith

Statement

I am self-motivated and create high quality projects that are personal to myself and often resonate with others. I have a passion for helping and supporting other individuals which fuels my enthusiasm for personal projects. I have discovered medical photography while at UWE and gained work experience in this area at Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading and University Hospital Bristol.

Over these three years, I have developed my skills in the studio both with lighting set-ups and how to confidently direct my models. And with software, I am agile and adept with Photoshop, InDesign and PremierPro.

While studying I have worked independently and collaboratively with a wide range of individuals, as well as being part of group exhibitions, which taught me to produce a high-quality show and support others during the process.

Achievements & Experience

BA(Hons) Photography, UWE Bristol, 2020

Work Experience in Medical Photography
shadowed medical photographers both in the studio and around the hospital
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading, February 2020
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading, January 2020
University Hospital Bristol, May 2019

Group exhibition
Sphere, PRSC The Space, Bristol 2019

Contact

Personal professional email

Featured Projects:

Multiverse

This project focuses on learning to cope with the loss of my uncle and repairing memories of him which began to fade during his illness. By photography objects, parts of nature and manipulating archive images, I was able to rebuild precious memories.

Multiverse

This project focuses on learning to cope with the loss of my uncle and repairing memories of him which began to fade during his illness. By photography objects, parts of nature and manipulating archive images, I was able to rebuild precious memories.

Multiverse

This project focuses on learning to cope with the loss of my uncle and repairing memories of him which began to fade during his illness. By photography objects, parts of nature and manipulating archive images, I was able to rebuild precious memories.

Multiverse

This project focuses on learning to cope with the loss of my uncle and repairing memories of him which began to fade during his illness. By photography objects, parts of nature and manipulating archive images, I was able to rebuild precious memories.

Red-free fundus left eye

During my work experience at Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading, I worked in the eye clinics learning how to use the equipment and develop images for my portfolio.

Colour retina fundus left eye

During my work experience at Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading, I worked in the eye clinics learning how to use the equipment and develop images for my portfolio.