Recent Clients —
Alice Gray Yoga
Blow Colour Bar
Freddy & Hicks
Hug & Pint
Koko's Japanese Kitchen
Tuk Tuk Indian Street Food
Rise and shine: Glasgow bakery gives ex-cons a fresh start, The Guardian, July 2018
Jono Smart: Reshaped, Lagom, June 2018
Seaweed Foraging on Easdale Island, Read Salt, November 2017
Playing on the Coast, Read Salt, August 2017
Freddy & Hicks, Vegan Connections, May 2017
Blow Colour Bar, German Glamour, April 2017
LP Records, The National, March 2017
Emma Diamond Hair, Creative Head, December 2016
Scottish Ballet, The Herald Arts cover, December 2016
Scottish Ballet, Vogue.co.uk, April 2016
Blow Colour Bar, Style Magazine, December 2015
Paz Oh Jewellery, Vogue Spain, April 2015
Christina Riley studied Photography and Black and White Printing from North Glasgow College and Glasgow Metropolitan College. Using film, digital and alternative process methods, Christina uses photographs as a way of communicating, able to be understood and interpreted in any language. She aims to tell stories that provoke feelings in others and finds particular pleasure in capturing human emotions and unpredictable moments from both people and nature, and exploring their connections to life in Scotland.
Recent projects include photographs for Scottish Ballet, Freedom Bakery, potter Jono Smart, textile artist Hayley McCrirrick and she is currently undertaking a large scale project based around Scotland's seaweed.
Alongside her photography practice, she bakes part-time at a Glasgow cafe (and full-time at home). She tries to incorporate seaweed into this when possible.