Laurie Reynolds is an artist and researcher undertaking their PhD at University of Plymouth, working with camera and landscape with a focus on the progress of collaboration with the materials that comprise the landscape.

Their work explores indeterminacy and what it means to collaborate/create with it through practice-led process work, the expanded field of photography, and an engagement with landscape. Photography is used as the artists entry point for exploration, however with the intervention of the landscape throughout various stages of the photographic process to create collaborative pieces of work that composure and build that allow land to create its own mark on the images. Recent work includes site-specific post industrial landscapes such as cooper and iron mines within Devon and Cornwall.