Alicia Hayden

Alicia Hayden is a wildlife artist, filmmaker, writer, animator, and photographer, who has just completed a Master’s in Wildlife Filmmaking at UWE, and has a degree in Biological Sciences from Oxford University.  She works across multiple disciplines to showcase her love for the natural world, and is passionate about highlighting the threats our wildlife faces through art, particularly artivism. In 2021 Alicia won David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s Wildlife Artist of the Year “Human Impact” category, and was awarded the inaugural Ingrid Beazley Award for her piece “When the Whale Sang”, which explored the impact of noise pollution on cetaceans. She is passionate about using the arts to conserve wildlife, and is excited to support Africa Wildlife Art.