Kristy was raised in 14 houses over the 18 years she grew up in North Yorkshire. It may be this steady flow of homes, and way of living, that led to her curiosity to shape the everyday. Her love of photography was cemented in the Autumn of 2005 while spending six months at university in Springfield, Missouri, developing her calm, clean and focussed style while photographing with her Mamiya C330. She draws influence from American and European Modernist architecture, along with suburban imagery from the 1950’s onwards, creating surreal and playful imagery hinged on her desire to form intrigue, through line, form and arrangement. In June 2019 her work was described by Elle Decoration as: “Never has something so complex looked so effortlessly and enticingly simple”.