I am interested in notions of history, religion, and family within photographic social portraiture. In my practice, I reflect on how an intimate engagement with narratives, spaces, and bodies can merge with expansive cultural implications. Recently, I have begun exploring archives and testimony. Empathy remains paramount in my work.
Maggie McCutcheon (b. New York City) is currently based in Montreal and received her BFA in Photography & Communications and Cultural Studies from Concordia University before pursuing her MFA. She is the recipient of the Gabor Szilasi Prize in Studio Arts and works as the Research Coordinator of the Post Image Cluster in the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture, and Technology. She is honoured with the Concordia Fine Art and Merit Scholarships.