Joanna Vestey is a photographic artist working with photography and sound.  Her work explores traces of time, stewardship and the presentation of information.  She studied photography at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design and at Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem, has an MA in Social Anthropology and Development from SOAS and a PhD which she completed at the European Centre for Documentary Research.  Her work has been exhibited in venues such as The National Portrait Gallery, The Ashmolean Museum and The Southbank Centre, and has been published widely including publications London in Lockdown by Hoxton Mini Press and Custodians, which was published by the Ashmolean Museum. Her work is also held in several collections including the National Portrait Gallery, London. She is the co founder of BTN and is an Associate Lecturer at the UOP.