Juliet Klottrup is an award winning Artist combining Photography and Filmmaking. Based between The Lake District and North Yorkshire, her work explores themes of youth, landscape, community, rurality, heritage and the relationship between people and place.

Fully immersed in local communities Juliet collaborates with her subjects in portrait sessions to capture a raw modern archive of belonging and identity. Using the camera to engage and record social documentary through storytelling portraiture and still life. Juliet records honest images by blending still and motion image making on analogue mediums.

Currently Juliet is an Honorary Researcher at The University of Cumbria for Institute of Science & Environment.

Shooting across documentary, fashion and music Juliet has collaborated with; Vodafone, The Cumberland, Domino Records, Nikon, Vice, Hinterlands Festival, Barbour, RAF, Eudon Choi, MIISTA, Blink, A.W.A.K.E, ACE and Ogilvy & Mather.

Juliet is available for worldwide commissions, projects, portraits and other inquiries.

Print sales are available on request.

Contact: julietklottrup@gmail.com

Vodaphone, Nikon, Barbour, Arts Council England, National Lottery Heritage Fund, Hinterlands Festival, Natural England, University of Cumbria, Gan Yam Brew Co, Great Place Lakes and Dales, The Fold, Deco Publique, R.A.F, Eudon Choi, Risposte Magazine, Miista, Glencroft,  A.W.A.K.E, Domino Records, Ogilvy & Mather, Blink.

Folded Group show, Theatre by The Lake Keswick, May 2023.

‘Moss of Many Layers’ 
Frome International Climate Film Festival, May 2023

‘Moss of Many Layers’ 
Carlisle Natural History Society, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Feb 2023

Gan Yam Brew Co, Cumbria, Dec 2022

COP26, Virtual Peatland Pavillion,
Nov 2022

Artful Ways,
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, The Studio Morland, Florence Arts Centre, Sizergh Barn, Cumbria. Autum 2021 -  Autum 2022.

Colours of Nature,
Rotary x Skipton Town Hall, Skipton.
Jan 2022 - March 2022

Youth of the Rural North,
Massive Cinema x City Varieties Music Hall, Leeds. March 2022

Covid & Cumbria

Blackwell - The Arts & Crafts House Lakeland Arts,
Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria.
October 2021 -  February  2022

England Your England,
Risposte Magazine,
Coal Drops Yard, London.
September - December 2021

Juliet Klottrup x The Fold,
Kendal Brewery Arts, Kendal, Car & Kitchen, Settle. August - December 2021

Mass Energy Group Exhbition, Presented by Tommy Sussex, Biblotheca, Peckham, London.  May 2021

Society of Korea illusart, Nabi Museum of the Arts
NJ, United States.  Oct 2018

LUNGA Festival,
Flat Earth Cinema ,
Seyðisfjörður, Iceland. July 2018

Secret 7” , with Mind Charity, Greenwich, London, 2018

OPEN18, Brighton Photofringe, ONCA Gallery Brighton.  July 2018

The University of Brighton BA (Hons) Illustration - First Class Honours (1st) 2013 - 2016

Awards & Nominations
Highly Commended at The Frome International Climate Film Festival 2023
Shortlisted for Climate Creatives Challenge, Natural England 2023
Finalist for Best Documentary at the British Short Film Awards 2021
Winner of The British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Britain 2020
Shortlisted for The British Journal  Photography’s Portrait of Humanity 2020
Finalist for Creative England Shortflix 2017

Talks & Presentations
Guest Speaker, University of Cumbria - BA (Hons) Photography, 2023
Guest Speaker, University of Cumbria - BA (Hons) Wildlife Media, 2023
Cumbria Culture Network, 2023
‘LANDMARKS’ Gan Yam Brew Co, 2022
Brewery Arts Kendal, Future Creatives, 2022
Hinterlands Festival, 2022

It’s Nice That - Moss of Many Layers
It’s Nice That
- Youth of The Rural North
Woo - Youth of The Rural North
Heavy Collective - Youth of The Rural North

The Guardian,  It's Nice That, Vogue Runway, BBC, The Yorkshire Post, Craven Herald & Pioneer, The Argus, Girls In Film, The Dots, The Smalls, Lake District and Lancashire Life Magazine, Brighton and Hove Independent, Loud & Quiet Magazine, Vice, Yorkshire Festival of Story, Kendal Mountain Festival, Heavy Collective, Brighton University Alumni Association, Cumbria Life Magazine, and Hinterlands Film Festival.


© Juliet Klottrup