Heather Agyepong is a visual artist & performer who lives and works in London. Heather attended the University of Kent where she studied a BSc Applied Psychology. She has recently completed an MA in Photography & Urban Cultures in which she was awarded the Kirsty MacColl 2014 Scholarship. For over five years Heather has gained experience working within the photographic & performance arts realms with a range of works that have been published, performed and exhibited. She was recently commissioned to produce a visual response to Autograph ABP’s The Missing Chapter project with her work Too Many Blackamoors which was shortlisted for the RPS International Print Exhibition 159 and has been nominated for the Prix Pictet award this year. Her work is featured as the promotion image for Black British History at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London, UK. She was selected as Mashable’s top 10 female photographers devoted to social justice. She has worked with Tate, Dulwich Picture Gallery & Urban Photo Fest. Heather has a keen interest in psycho-dynamics and how visual culture impacts mental and physical well-being. She is also interested in visual sociology, re-imagination, the archive and activism.