Alison is a British documentary photographer based in the UK. A recent fellow with the International Women's Media Foundation and military veteran she has explored and produced work in Afghanistan, Gaza, Mali and Somaliland. Her first major exhibition was held at the Oxo Gallery in London in 2012.  Alison produced the series the 'White Picture' looking at the role of women in the British Army in Afghanistan.  This early work has provided the under lying narrative to her commitment to accurately document the continued role and representation of those who identify as women in the armed forces. As a supporter of a more intersectional approach to gender Alison is now looking at themes of masculinity and hyper masculinity.  She is interested in exploring these representations and working to document these themes in an individual and authentic way. Alison is working with artists in her home city of Birmingham to raise conversations around de colonial mindsets and the need for a more intersectional society and recently set up the cities first festival for womxn known as P.M.T (Powering the Matriarchy Together). Recently Alison collaborated with artists as part of the TEDxSkoll event in Oxford. She is currently researching a developing a new body of work due to be exhibited in the summer of 2017. 

Interviews

http://99u.com/articles/54930/three-female-conflict-zone-photographers-discuss-the-challenges-of-front-line-work

http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/opinion/how-to-be-a-war-photographer-ali-baskerville-10529

http://betsyworks.co.uk/#/brian-harrington/nbc-universal-alison-baskerville