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

I graduated with a BA in Fine Art at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in 2006 and have taken part in several photography shows in the UK and Mexico.

Sponsored by The University of Nottingham in 2013 I undertook the photographic project Uncovering the Invisible alongside photographer Pablo Allison, portraying Latin Americans living in the United Kingdom and exhibited it at a number of venues (Instituto Cervantes (Manchester), City Hall (London) The Old Fire Station Gallery (Oxford), the University of Exeter, at the UNESCO (Paris) and at Lakeside Arts in Nottingham).

I am currently working on a self-publication titled Operation Jurassic, in collaboration with my brother Pablo, about his imprisonment in the UK.

I am available for commissions and would love to hear from you, drop me a line at: roxallison@gmail.com

You can view my CV here.

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