Sam Hutchinson



Take control of that which you see around you, for the benefit of yourself, and most importantly, everyone around you.


Sam Hutchinson (b. 1993, Sunderland) is an artist and photographer based in Leeds, UK, working with image-making, appropriation, sculpture and installation. Education includes School of the Damned class of 2017, and BA (Hons) Photography from Leeds Arts University.

Sam has worked with organisations and galleries such as Serf, Village Books, Open Eye Gallery, Palm* Studios, Assembly House, The Royal Standard, SET Space, Seize, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Collar, East Bristol Contemporary, and more, and has been featured in publications and on platforms such as Intern Magazine, Self Publish Be Happy, Paper Journal, Terra Firma Magazine, and Of The Afternoon.

Recent publications include ‘(Use this to) Erase Years Off your Mind in Days’ Self-Published 2018, ‘People Cannot Spell & The World is Unfair’ published by Village Books 2018, ‘Too Good to be Photographed, published by Lugemik 2017, and (The) Anarchy of Aesthetic & Judgement, Self-Published 2014.