Gina Glover is an English photographer who trained in Fine Art at Chelsea School of Art, and later obtained a photography degree at the University of Westminster. She is a co-founder and Director of the Photofusion Photography Centre, London and a freelance photographic artist and lecturer.
In 2008, Gina received the Royal Photographic Society's Hood Medal. She has also been twice winner of the Medical Research Council/Novartis/Daily Telegraph Visions of Science Award.
In January 2010, Hooper’s Photography Gallery in London exhibited Gina’s work Liminal World, an exhibition curated by Shirley Read.
Gina Glover's book, Object of Colour: Baltic Coast, recently published by Foxhall Publishing Ltd, is a collaboration with the novelist and poet Kay Syrad, featuring Kay's poems made in response to Gina's photographs of Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Estonia.
Gina's project Playgrounds of War: Photographs of Britain and Eastern Europe was exhibited as part of the 2009 Photo Biennale at the Guangdong Museum of Art in Guangzhou, China. This work focuses on the remainder aesthetics of past wars, avoided wars and possible wars. These photographs deal with the monumental and emotional detritus of abandoned military bases, drawing upon Gina's childhood memories and her continuing sense of vulnerability in the face of military force.