Ilisa Stack

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This image is from my 'Oot tae Play' which focuses on Glasgow children and outside play, creating a social document around specific post code areas. As fewer children now venture out far from their home this type of project is harder to achieve, but is an important document to present a history of today’s children beyond their digital or online family albums. This series has developed quite considerable outlining a huge shift in social change concerning current and future photographic documentation of children, environment and outside play. This image was a winning image in the Portrait of Britain 2018.

This image is from my 'Oot tae Play' which focuses on Glasgow children and outside play, creating a social document around specific post code areas. As fewer children now venture out far from their home this type of project is harder to achieve, but is an important document to present a history of today’s children beyond their digital or online family albums. This series has developed quite considerable outlining a huge shift in social change concerning current and future photographic documentation of children, environment and outside play.

This image is from my 'Oot tae Play' which focuses on Glasgow children and outside play, creating a social document around specific post code areas. As fewer children now venture out far from their home this type of project is harder to achieve, but is an important document to present a history of today’s children beyond their digital or online family albums. This series has developed quite considerable outlining a huge shift in social change concerning current and future photographic documentation of children, environment and outside play.

This image is from my 'Oot tae Play' which focuses on Glasgow children and outside play, creating a social document around specific post code areas. As fewer children now venture out far from their home this type of project is harder to achieve, but is an important document to present a history of today’s children beyond their digital or online family albums. This series has developed quite considerable outlining a huge shift in social change concerning current and future photographic documentation of children, environment and outside play.

This image is from my 'Oot tae Play' which focuses on Glasgow children and outside play, creating a social document around specific post code areas. As fewer children now venture out far from their home this type of project is harder to achieve, but is an important document to present a history of today’s children beyond their digital or online family albums. This series has developed quite considerable outlining a huge shift in social change concerning current and future photographic documentation of children, environment and outside play.

This image is from my 'Oot tae Play' which focuses on Glasgow children and outside play, creating a social document around specific post code areas. As fewer children now venture out far from their home this type of project is harder to achieve, but is an important document to present a history of today’s children beyond their digital or online family albums. This series has developed quite considerable outlining a huge shift in social change concerning current and future photographic documentation of children, environment and outside play.

This image is from my 'Oot tae Play' which focuses on Glasgow children and outside play, creating a social document around specific post code areas. As fewer children now venture out far from their home this type of project is harder to achieve, but is an important document to present a history of today’s children beyond their digital or online family albums. This series has developed quite considerable outlining a huge shift in social change concerning current and future photographic documentation of children, environment and outside play.

This image is from my 'Oot tae Play' which focuses on Glasgow children and outside play, creating a social document around specific post code areas. As fewer children now venture out far from their home this type of project is harder to achieve, but is an important document to present a history of today’s children beyond their digital or online family albums. This series has developed quite considerable outlining a huge shift in social change concerning current and future photographic documentation of children, environment and outside play.

Ilisa Stack

I am a Scottish social documentary and portrait artist. I recently completed a 1st class honours degree in photography at City of Glasgow College in June of 2018, in which I obtained the winning award for the Art Foundation Medallion of Excellence. My work lends itself to Contemporary Art and focuses on creating pictorial social documents with the aim for archival collections.

I have a reputation for sensitivity to my subjects, and for seeing beyond what is immediately apparent in a situation in order to tell a deeper and more personal visual story. My personal projects typically explore themes of, youth culture, community and social issues.

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