Alison Jackson is a contemporary artist who shows her work in galleries and museums, but she also shows to a wider audience by working in the medium of mass communication; TV programmes, films, advertising and books. She has degrees in fine art photography and sculpture from the Royal College of Art and the Chelsea College of Art respectively. She has won several awards, including the ICP Infinity Award for Photography (New York, 2004), the BAFTA Innovation award for DoubleTake on BBC TV (2002), and the Best of the Best Award for Photography for her work for a Schweppes Campaign (Lord Puttnam).
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Prof Phillipe Sands QC, author, Lawless World