Phyllis Christopher’s body of work documenting LGBT visibility and protest in San Francisco has been published widely. She currently works as a photojournalist and facilitates workshops in the north of England.


'Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance', Nottingham Contemporary & De La Warr Pavilion, April 2019

'Women Artists of the North East Library Group Show', Workplace Gallery, Gateshead, June 2018

'Into The Light: Women Photograph Women', group show, Daniel Cooney Gallery, NYC, June 2018

Radclyffe Hall presents: 'Deep Down Body Thirst', group show, Glasgow, April 2018

'On Our Backs: An Archive', The Newbridge Project Gallery, featured photographic prints, Newcastle, 2017

Frozen Light, featured photographer, Newcastle University, 2014

Retrospective Show, solo show, Good Vibrations, San Francisco, 2011

Pretending To Be Free Of Time, solo show, Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco, 2012

'Magazine Work', solo show, Berkeley Library, Berkeley, CA, July 2006

ProudWords: Queertoon – A photographic documentation of the lgbt community in northern England in words and pictures, Newcastle Playhouse, Newcastle, England, January 2004

Artists & Other Animals, solo show, Alison Austin Offices, San Francisco, April 2003

Sacred Profanities, group show, Sacred Profanities Gallery, March 2003, Berkeley, Ca.

Queer Photo Salon – Slide Presentation, Harvey Milk Institute Gay and Lesbian Community Center, November 2002, San Francisco, Ca.

P Show – photographs, Globe Gallery, North Sheilds, England, March 2002

P Show - photographs, Good Vibrations, San Francisco, CA, October 1999

The Burnt Show, photographs, Exposed Gallery, San Francisco, CA, July 1997


Bound Art Bookfair: 'On Our Backs: An Archive', with Janina Sabaliauskaite & Jade Sweeting, October 2018, Manchester

Curious Festival: On Our Backs: An Archive, with Janina Sabaliauskaite & Jade Sweeting, July 2018, Newcastle

Recent Periodicals:

Art Monthly, Feature Article by Chris McCormack, Illustration, February 2019 (click to download)