Emma Hadwin is an interdisciplinary artist who connects with nature through printmaking and various photographic processes. She works collaboratively and visually across various ecosystems in the UK. One of the central themes explored within her work is the concept of the Anthropocene—a term that encapsulates the impact of human activities on the environment. Through her art, she invites viewers to contemplate and reflect upon their own relationship with the environment.
Employing a range of mediums, her exploration of camera-less techniques, including Anthotypes, Cyanotypes, and Phytograms, allowing her to create poetic representations of nature. Treating these as source material, Emma further expands on the work through screen printing and textiles.