About Tara Griffin
Tara Griffin is a photographer, writer, designer, and museum professional. She has an MA in Museum and Gallery Studies from Kingston University where she excelled in innovative creative practices in heritage landscapes and was awarded the Prize for Outstanding Creative Practice 2019. She also has a BA in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Kent.
Tara grew up in Camden Town and cites London as one of her biggest influences and inspirations. Her aim is to tell the stories of London and Londoners as best she can, to as many people as she can. She has a passion for experimental film photography and adores the Lomography colour negative 400.
She enjoys using her skills to aid charitable and creative ventures as well as in museum settings. Recently, she has been using photography and participatory practices to illustrate and explore themes in museology.
Winner of the prize for Outstanding Creative Practice in Museum and Gallery Studies. Awarded for work on my dissertation project.
Kingston University 2020
Featured on BBC radio London Upload spot in January 2021
Gold Award at Kingston University for involvement in University life and beyond, 2020
Presented at the Major Project Symposium Kingston University. Presented on Masters Dissertation 'Pubology'. 2020
Winner, Fireworks Category, Lord Mayors Show, 2018
Gold+ Award, Kent University, for over 451 hours of voluntary action, 2017
Graduated from Kent University Paris Summer School 2017
MA, Museum and Gallery Studies, Kingston School of Art, First Class.
BA, English and American Literature with Creative Writing, University of Kent, Upper Second Class.