Miriam Levi is a fine art photographer, currently based in Edinburgh, UK. Soon to
be honours graduate in a photography degree from Napier university.
Born in Turin in 1998, she moved to the UK in 2017 to learn various photographic processes,
from analogue to digital. The current focus is on alternative photography and the
combination of 19th century photographic techniques with digital software. Previous works
have been featured in a small Italian art gallery Galleria Ariele and in online exhibition such
as Feminist Photography Network and Confined Spaces. Most of her current projects revolve
around the idea of post-photography and the discovery of innovative photographic
techniques combining old and new, physical and virtual.