Join Britannia and her fellow Mercurians on their quest for a way to save their world from impending disaster, in this gloriously imagined fairytale written as a result of research, development and photography for a Master's Degree project in art and photography, by art photographer Antonisia Schroder.
The story follows the journey of the young fairy girl Britannia as she looks for the gods that rule her world to try to find an answer to keep the people of Mercury alive forever.
Find out what this means for the people of Earth and how the fairytale leaves Earth with more colour and life than it ever had before.
Alongside this story of magic and wonder, enjoy page after page of beautifully captured gardens and flowers, all photographed as part of this wider project. Step into the magical world of the fairytale.
Antonisia Schroder’s photography has been shaped over years of experience and experimentation, beginning in South America before relocating to Europe and developing her career. Now a dual British/Brazilian citizen having first settled in the UK in the 1990s, she was born in Fortaleza, Brazil, in 1976. However, her family is Portuguese in origin. Antonisia was always inquisitive about the world around her; a quality that served her well as she grew older and began to see that world through a lens rather than the naked eye. She is a prolific photographer, book maker and artist and has held a number of solo exhibitions in the UK and further afield. She has also been nominated several times for the Brazilian International Press Awards in the art category. She has a BA and MA degree in art and photography and regularly runs workshops and training sessions for schools, colleges and other educational institutions.
Inside Out by Antonisia Schroder Published August 18, 2015
AN UNDERSTANDING OF WAR PHOTOGRAPHY Published December 07, 2014
Antonisia Schroder Documentary and Art Photographer Published December 05, 2014
A Mercurial Fairytale development Published August 14, 2014
Walking into my Garden Published August 14, 2014
Cloneography An exploration of a fictional future where art meets science Published April 30, 2014
Exhibition, Presentation and Production DV3002 Published May 10, 2013
My Journal Published May 04, 2013