I am a photographer of Mexican-British origin focusing on portraiture, identity, migration, memory, belonging and cultural dislocation.

I graduated with a BA in Fine Art at the National Faculty of Art & Design, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in 2006 and have exhibited my work predominantly across the UK.

I am currently working on the self-publication titled Operation Jurassic, in collaboration with my brother photographer Pablo Allison, a long term personal project on his imprisonment in the UK. The publication received financial support from the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance Bursary Scheme and the Digital Women's Archive North.

I am part of the Travelling Heritage Bureau project, and am a collaborator of the online magazine Miradas Multiples.

I currently live and work in Manchester (UK) and are available for commissions. I would love to hear from you so drop me a line at: roxallison@gmail.com

You can view my CV here.

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