Victoria Hyam is a documentary and street photographer based in Liverpool, having received a BA (Hons) in Photography from Chester University and a MA in Contemporary Curating from MMU, Manchester School of Art.  Victoria continues to explore and focus on all aspects of identity and the human condition. From depictions of constructed identities to intended portrayals of "authentic" identities (whether referencing external, shaping forces or inherited internal pressure), all become vital in beginning to understand the human response to both the environment and the people within it. Travel is a recurrent influence on Victoria's work, allowing not only personal but national identity to be pulled into focus, and her chosen medium of film photography plays an important role in the pursuit of bringing "truth" and "reality" to a genre of visual art that has often been lost to an image-saturated, filtered representation of such.



  • Art in Windows, Liverpool. ‘#LearnFromBixtethGardens’, Solo Exhibition - September 2020

  • Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool. ‘Positive Emotions’, Group Exhibition - February 2020 (ongoing).

  • CreArt. ‘Third Space: All We Have In Common’, European Group Exhibition:

    • Clermont-Ferrand, France (September 2019)

    • Zagreb, Croatia (May/June 2019). 

  • Output Gallery, Liverpool. ‘Input’, Group Exhibition - November 2019

  • Output Gallery, Liverpool. ‘Input’, Group Exhibition - November 2018

  • The Waiting Room Gallery. Liverpool. ‘To Marseille With Love…’, Solo Exhibition - September 2018

  • ‘Art in a Van’ Mobile Gallery, Manchester. ‘TRANSIenT’, Group Exhibition - February 2016