Sean Wyatt


I joined the Kingston University in 2010 after completing my studies in BA(Hons) Photography. During my time at the university I have worked across a number of different departments and courses including BA Fashion, MA Architecture, Foundation studies and running short courses. I now hold positions as Senior Technician in photography and Lecturer, BA(Hons) Photography, where I am year leader for level 4.

My personal practice is primarily concerned with edgelands, ecology and psychological response to landscape. I am interested in the role of photographer within these spaces and how the gaze of the lens affects our reading of the seemingly banal. I also explore the performative aspects of photography in the way in which I place myself within the situation, transforming, adapting and becoming what I need to survive, neither present, nor absent - a spectre.

I am currently working on a collaborative project in which a large number of creative writers from all over the world respond to just one image. The work aims to highlight the multiple readings possible for a single photograph.

Academic responsibilities

Lecturer, BA Photography & MA Photography


  • MA Photography, Kingston University 2016
  • BA Photography, Kingston University 2010

Teaching and learning

Undergraduate courses taught

Postgraduate courses taught

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