Hilary Stock is a fine art photographer whose work is exhibited in a number of British galleries and shows. Her photographs have been been published in national newspapers and magazines.

Hilary began her working life making documentary features for BBC Radio 4, using her background in anthropology. She has travelled widely and lived twice in India – first in Kochi, Kerala and later in New Delhi.

Hilary divides her time between Cornwall and Wiltshire. Each place inspires her work in different ways, whether it’s the ancient trees of the Savernake forest or the Roseland’s iconic coastline.

In 2018 Hilary worked for the charity Thriving Through Venture, leading a teenage photographic project that compared the community of Gunjur in the Gambia with its twinned town of Marlborough in Wiltshire.

The resulting work, ‘Humans of Marlborough and Gunjur’, was exhibited at the White Horse Gallery in Marlborough in December 2018 and is currently on tour. Other recent projects include an ongoing study at Cirencester Cattle Market, Humans of Bedwyn and St Mary’s Church, Tidcombe.

Hilary currently has a number of Wiltshire pictures currently on display at Fisherton Mill in Salisbury. A wide range of her Cornish work is also on sale  at The Harbour Gallery in Portscatho.

Hilary taking photos of a SensSagna workshop at Womad 2018
Hilary taking photos of a workshop run by Sens Sagna, a Senegalese dancer, at last year’s Womad Festival in Wiltshire