Nompumelelo Ncube (Nom) is a photojournalist passionate about the social mobility and visibility of marginalised communities in media, visual arts and the heritage sector. Her specialism is in representation. She investigates the correlation between representation and self-image, her research and photographic work explore identity, culture and dress. She aims to marry academic discourse in the politics of representation with storytelling. She is passionate about coproduction and collaborative methodologies in storytelling. Her interests also lie in public history and how the past is communicated in the present to inform, celebrate and archive lived experiences from marginalised communities.
Nompumelelo is a Kwanzaa Collective UK Artist, proud member of Black Women Photographers and Royal Holloway University of London Scholar.
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