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Aidan McNeill was born in Toronto, Canada and lives and works in London, UK.

Her photographic practice investigates how the act of imaging reforms relationships with the natural world. Ongoing interests are the notions of surface distance, from the relationship between humans, the environment and particular boundary points, to the material surface of the photographic image and aesthetic distance. Her research methodology originates from a geographical, mythological and historical foundation.

Aidan McNeill is an MA graduate from Central Saint Martins School of Art (2006). She previously completed her BA (Hons) from Sir John Cass School of Art, London Guildhall (2003). A selection of her works are included in the 2013 publication Nature Morte by Michael Petry, published by Thames & Hudson, and images from her recent series Core Crops (Borders Between) have been awarded Gold in Prix de la Photographie, Paris, and were exhibtied at the Canadian High Commisssion in London, UK.