Saesha Blue Ward is a Photography BA (Hons) graduate from Manchester, England specialising in documentary portraiture. Saesha studied at the University of Portsmouth from 2014-2017 and graduated with first class honours.


Solo exhibitions:
Mersey Paradise, Guildhall Graduate Award, Portsmouth, June-September 2017

Group exhibitions:
No. 28, Southsea, December 2015
Transient, Portsmouth, June 2017
Transient, London, June 2017
Revolv One Year, London, June-July 2018
Manchester Open, HOME, Manchester, January-March 2020

Spector, Nothing Left Unsaid, July 2016
Strange Waves, Nothing Left Unsaid, September 2016
Heresy, Trip Magazine, December 2016
Ruby, That's What She Said, January 2017
Mersey Paradise, Trip Magazine, May 2017
Mersey Paradise, Source Magazine, May 2017
The Ultimate Guide to Building a Photography Website, Format, January 2018
Mersey Paradise, Photo/Foto Magazine, March 2018
Mersey Paradise, Then There Was Us, May 2018
Charlotte, That's What She Said, August 2018
'Ginger', Everyone Else, August 2018
'Sheffield scissor maker is last to make the cut', Financial Times, November 2018
AND, Then There Was Us/Public Source, September 2019
IASDR 2019, Manchester, September 2019
'Elizabeth Price: from indie pop star to Turner Prize winner', Financial Times, November 2019
'Dee-GRooooovy', Penny Magazine, Volume Six, December 2019
'Janet Hemingway: working on Covid-19 - and her farm', Financial Times, June 2020
'From waste to taste: the art of recycled ceramic tableware', Financial Times, September 2020
'"We Must Embrace This Ride" Lost Under Heaven's Potent Return', Clash Magazine, October 2020
'A culinary tour of Hong Kong with chef Simon Rogan', Financial Times, April 2022
EVIE JOYNES, Love Letters & Daydream collections, 2022
'Louise Giovanelli: the painter mixing the Old Masters with Mariah Carey', Financial Times, June 2022
''Why die rich?' The world according to philanthropist Barrie Wells', Financial Times, June 2022
'EVIE JOYNES', Sunday Girl Magazine, Issue 10, August 2022
Roger W Smith 'Hand of the Master', Telegraph Luxury (in print), November 2023
'British watchmakers stage London fair aimed at collectors', Financial Times, January 2024

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