Vicky Hodgson’s work is concerned with perception, age and gender, with a focus on the representation and identity of women. Through her photographs she challenges stereotypical views of all women and, in particular, ageist issues that render older women invisible, together with social and cultural issues that affect all generations of women. Her documentary portraits are taken in the street, the home and the workplace.
She obtained a first class degree in Fine Art Photography at the University of Gloucestershire in 2008 and graduated from the University of Westminster with a MA in Photographic Studies in 2010. She has exhibited widely in group shows and competitions including Hereford Photography Festival 2010, and Open West Midlands 2012. In 2012 she had her first solo show at Brighton Photo Fringe and a commission from Solihull Gallery Birmingham. Work from the series Still Working was exhibited in the Creekside Open 2013 selected by Ceri Hand, and her series Women was exhibited at The Wilson Cheltenham in 2014.
She is currenlty a PhD canditate at the University for the Creative Arts.
She lives and works in the West Midlands.