Emily Baker

BA(Hons) Photography

Disappearing Coastline

‘Disappearing Coastline’ is a photographic documentary project exploring the impacts of coastal erosion along the Holderness Coast in the East Riding of Yorkshire. By documenting the affects this disaster has on the land, people, businesses and wildlife, the main purpose of this project is to raise awareness for the devastating after-effects coastal erosion has placed on the coastline.

  • Caravan park threatened by coastal erosion, Skipsea.
  • Fish & Chip shop in danger, Skipsea.
  • Surfer and dog walkers taking advantage of the beach, Hornsea.
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Emily Baker

BA(Hons) Photography

I am a photographer who is most drawn to the genres of landscape, architecture and documentary, all of which can help to visually explore the way humans interact with their surrounding environment.

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