b. 1981, UK; lives and works in London

2003 City & Guilds of London Art School, BA

Adam Waymouth isn’t afraid to identify himself as a collaborator, someone who enjoys the exchange of conversation and the tangents that two minds can make. Having spent numerous years working alongside artists and galleries — including co-curating London-based project space 20 Hoxton Square — he has more recently begun to pick up the baton of his own practice, reanimating plans that had sat dormant in sketchbooks and boxes since his art school studies.

With a keen interest in botanicals, he draws influence from artists such as Karl Blossfeldt, who famously collected and redefined nature through the photographic process. Waymouth is now working on a body of watercolour works that continue to investigate the concepts of space and nature. The delicate alchemy of process is of utmost importance to Waymouth, in the way that the artefact or image offers clues on its composition, telling its story.