Emma Critchley is an artist who has worked underwater for over a decade using photography, film, sound and installation to continually explore our complex human relationship with this psychological and environmental space. She is a Royal College of Art alumna and has developed works funded by organisations like the National Media Museum, British Council, Singapore International Foundation and European Regional Development Fund. Her work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally and awards include the RCA’s ‘Sustain: Moving Minds’, winner of the British Underwater Image Festival and finalist in the Saatchi Gallery’s New Sensations 2011 and UK/RAINE 2015. In 2016-2017 she was one of the artists on the Climate Change in Residence programme of Culture and Climate Change.