Kate Ormond O’Neill is a contemporary photographic artist and curator. Her work focuses on environmental, social and historical themes through landscapes and seascapes, which are produced via digital and analogue processes on various media.

As a photographic practitioner she is inclined to work on long-term projects through alternative photographic and print processes, with environmentally sustainable media and materials at the heart of her practice.



In addition to her practice, O’Neill has spent over 15 years working across the creative industries in both the UK and Ireland, supporting and encouraging artists through talks, workshops, mentorships, portfolio reviews, collaborative projects and curated exhibitions.

This – combined with a core belief that art and expression of art should be accessible to all and used as a universal tool – has enabled her to utilise her skills in social engagement and professional development via projects and exhibitions. Her roles with The Visual Loop, Life Framer, and Brighton Photo Fringe have enabled her to achieve large-scale projects, events and collaborations with leading organisations and established artists.

O’Neill is also Founding Director of both The OGC and The Visual Loop – platforms initiated to support visual artists throughout all aspects and levels of their career.


The Old Bank Vault guide to art buying – Grazia UK, 2021


ColorPro Talks: The Power of Colour, featuring Pantone (In-Person Event)

Join us as Dan RubinKate O’Neill, and Ed Hattenberger from Pantone discuss how colour can spark creativity; and the importance of colour accuracy from screen to print. All info…

‘Partnerships and Collaborations ‘ – The Royal Photographic Society.

Kate O’Neill and Jessica McDermott on professional partnerships and collaborations for The Royal Photographic Society Journal ‘The Decisive Moment’. Documentary Photography published by the Royal Photographic Society – Documentary Group. This edition focuses on Women in Photography. Read more…



I make every effort to ensure my practice and process is as environmentally sustainable and ethical as possible.


Prints are produced on a variety of Giclée papers collected from pro-photographic lab waste and cut-offs. As well as a selection of work produced on biodegradable, handmade seed paper.


Glass for cyanotype plates and wood for photographic sculptures are all reclaimed materials.


All prints, artworks and framed pieces are packaged in postage and packing materials collected over the past few years.