Bryony Dunne is an Irish artist and filmmaker based between Athens and Dublin. Building on her background in documentary photography and visual anthropology, she explores the intricate and intimate relationships between humanity and the natural world. Botanical, zoological constructs and colonial backdrops deeply inspire her work. Dunne’s work has been exhibited at places such as; the Irish Film Institute, London’s Mosaic Rooms, Goldsmiths University, Cairo’s Townhouse Gallery, Sharjah Art Biennial 13 and Athens Photography Festival in the Benaki Museum, with a recent solo exhibition Amriya (2017), supported by the Irish embassy at the Medrar Gallery for Contemporary Art in Cairo. Her films have received several awards including best documentary short at the Iranian Green Film Festival and first-prize award at Ethno Film in Rovinj, Croatia. A film in production Above the Law (2018) was selected as Ireland’s official nomination for Euro-connection Pitching Platform held at Clermont Ferrand Film Festival in France. She is currently working on her first feature-length film, entitled Pembe (Swahili for “horn”), about the world’s last male northern white rhinoceros with Kennedy Productions (IRL).