Helen Marshall was born in 1971 and is a British artist whose work is rooted in photography and design. She has a history of collaborative practice and has produced a number of projects both in the UK and internationally that have showcased British and international artists, often situated outside the gallery or museum context and in the wider public realm.
Helen’s interventions challenge conventional social documentary approaches, often empowering the subject. Her portfolio includes participatory commissions for BBC Television, Tate Britain and The Photographers’ Gallery.
Current work investigates the vernacular custom and tradition of Mumming in Britain.