Luke Harby is an artist who works solely with photographic film. His work attempts to explore the nature of photography itself. It engages with the act of photographic production and reproduction; the fact (or fiction) that photography is merely representation; and that all photographic images are illusory. Given this dogma he enjoys the act of manipulating the subject, using tricks of scale, displacing or adjusting the context, or by vandalising the image in some way in order to rephotograph it. Recent work has been shown with Localhost gallery, Light Leaked, Editions l'Heliotrope, Hand Magazine, Humble Arts Foundation, Noice Magazine, Streitlab, Float Magazine and Lumen London. In 2018 he completed two residencies. He lives and works in Northampton, UK.