Edd Carr is an experimental artist from North Yorkshire, UK, working primarily with moving image and sustainable processes to explore our anxieties around the ecological crisis and the mass extinction of life. He manipulates his own experiences to understand wider societal trauma surrounding the climate crisis. 

Edd’s moving image work has been exhibited worldwide, including Holland, Australia, Germany, and the UK. He has won multiple awards for his sustainable animation techniques, including most recently the Channel 4 Random Acts Award. He also hand-printed the world’s first cyanotype music video for Tycho Jones, which has been nominated for the UK Music Video Awards, alongside videos from artists including Liam Gallagher, Disclosure, Dua Lipa, and Little Mix. 

Edd has also had his undergraduate and postgraduate theses published by their respective universities, and has given public talks on each subject – both concerning sustainability in art. He has given numerous talks on the subject, including most recently The Photographer’s Gallery, London. Having completed an MA at the Royal College of Art, he currently receives funding from East Street Arts to continue his work on sustainable photography.