Alison Baskerville is a British documentary photographer and former military veteran. Alison explores themes around conflict centred around gender stereotypes.  Navigated by ethics and values centred strongly on representation Alison aims to show stories with collaboration and connection. Informed by a military career including tours of Afghanistan and Iraq she is currently exploring the relationship to the often compartmentalised approach to war and the invisible effects on veterans and citizens involved in modern conflict.  Alison’s first major piece of work the 'White Picture' looks at the role of women in the British Army and has provided an under lying narrative to her commitment to document the continued role and representation of 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. 

Group Exhibitions

2017 - 2019 No Mans Land, Impressions Gallery, Bradford, UK. Curated by Pippa Oldfield in collaboration with photographers Chloe Dewe Matthews and Dawn Cole.

2017 - Temporary screen takeover as part of TEDxSkoll Oxford. Digital installation of ‘true love’ with artists Louise Byng, Shaheen Kasmani and Aliyah Hasinah

2016 - Women Create Change, Oxford Arts Festival, Oxford, UK.  Outdoor exhibition curated and commissioned by Magdalen College School

2015 - Flowers of Hargeisa, Hargeisa, Somaliland. Curated by Ayan Mahmoud and part of the Hargeisa International Book Fair

Solo Exhibitions

2012 The White Picture. Oxo Gallery, London, UK

2011 Make do and Mend. Gallery 150, Leamington Spa, UK


YORKSHIRE POST No Mans Land Oct 2017

HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL Two years after the earthquake Jul 2017

JIGSAW Women on the frontline Oct 2016


MARIE CLAIRE How to be a war photographer May 2016

MODERN MANN War Photography Apr 2016

UNIVERSAL CHANNEL Character Uncovered Jan 2016


AL JAZEERA - Childbirth under seige Jul 2014

MIRROR Women at War Oct 2012

DAILY TELEGRAPH Women at War May 2012

THE GUARDIAN Female soldiers in Helmand Feb 2012