Based in Glasgow, Margaret Mitchell’s work ranges from exploring communities and children’s worlds through to projects on the individual and society. Connection and sincerity sit at the heart of her approach with photography that bridges both psychological and social concerns. Her imagery explores the intricacies and complexities of people’s lives with a particular emphasis on place and belonging. She has exhibited widely including at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery (2017 & 2022) and the National Portrait Gallery as part of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize (2014 & 2022). Recognition includes in the Sony World Photography Awards, the Royal Photographic Society IPE and the Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award. Work was acquired for the permanent collections of the National Galleries of Scotland and the Martin Parr Foundation and has featured in the Guardian, De Correspondent, and New Statesman amongst others.