Julia Horbaschk is an intercultural producer and project coordinator. 

Most current work includes long-term project “Time For Trees”.

Published work includes: Financial Times, BBC World, Marie Claire, Hotshoe International, British Journal of Photography, Channel 4 Random Acts and many more. See here for more on publications.

Julia has delivered workshops and talks in HE, FE, Adult Ed, community groups, fesitvals and gallery settings including: London Metropolitan University, Morley College, City of Westminster College, Brighton Photo Fringe,  Brighton Digital Festival, Brighton Science Festival, Montefiore Hospital,  Adur | Worthing Health & Wellbeing Network. Visit the workshop page here.

She has a keen interest in film, live arts, installation/collage, public space, memory, architecture and cross cultural perspective.

Her work has been shown in galleries and festivals including: Turner Contemporary (Margate, UK), Newlyn Art Gallery (Cornwall, UK), Ningbo Photo Festival (China), Goethe Institute (London, UK), CNova (Edinburgh, UK), Jerwood Space (London, UK), MozFest International (Ravensbourne University, London, UK). See some installation samples here.

Julia is a Disability Arts and Outsider Arts advocate. 

MA International Photojournalism
PGCE, Institute of Education (UCL)
BA Hons Editorial Photography 

Currently resides on the South East Coast.

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