Sophie Hoyle (b. 1986) currently lives and works in London, England. She graduated with a Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art at Byam Shaw, Central Saint Martins (2010) and has a background in Human Geography (B.A., UCL 2009). Her current collage and installation work explores both a personal and formal response to the built landscape, in terms of the affects of materiality and scale, and to contemporary city living which is often experienced as fragmented, distorted and estranged. Sophie has been actively involved with a range of or ganisations that approach the city and debate its is sues alongside her artistic practice (TINAG, Art& Architecture, Archway Investigations and Response) by giving talks and organising lectures. And she also teaches a course with Diego Ferrari on Photography, Art and Architecture at Central Saint Martins, London.