Photos by Katie Mordan.

Katie Mordan is a freelance professional photographer based in Cornwall and Devon.

Through personal work, she photographs buildings and places, interested in documenting our relationship with the built and natural environment in both rural and urban settings. Her work includes: Planted a series documenting where nature interacts with the built environment, Kandylakia, memorials built by Greek families following the tragic death or near death of loved ones, and RAF Davidstow. She is currently working on a long-term project One Purpose documenting train stations in the south-west, exploring their historic and modern architecture, discovering how buildings, essentially constructed for the same purpose, are designed differently. 

She has worked with a variety of clients:
Lululemon, the Kitson Family at Morval Estate and Hendra Farm & Talons ‘Owltimate’ Encounters. 

Her work has gained recognition and been in exhibition:

Competitions and Awards:
Finalist in the National Trust Cider Cottage Photo Competition (2012)
Finalist in the AOP Student Awards (2016)
Winner of an APHE Bursary for Photo Meet (2017)
Finalist in the South West Graduate Photography Prize (2017)

Van Arts and Editorial and Advertising Photography (Uni of Gloucestershire) collaboration exhibition in Vancouver (2015)
AOP Student Awards- theprintspace gallery, Shoreditch, London (July-August 2016)
The Framers Gallery, London (May 2017)
The Old Truman Brewery, London – PHOTOBLOCK (October 2017)

Featured in:
Cornish Times July 2016
AOP Photography Awards book 2016
Another Place Magazine Blog 2017 
AOP Student Awards Instagram Takeover 2017

Photograd Interview 2018

First Class Honours – BA (Hons) Editorial and Advertising Photography at the University of Gloucestershire (2014-2017)


Control Tower, RAF Davidstow, Cornwall