Heather Fulton (b. 1989, Canada) is a photo-based artist practicing out of Toronto, Ontario. Using unconventional and inherently destructive materials and processes, Heather's work explores the vulnerability of memory and the fragility of nostalgia. Her practice is largely rooted in analog photography, including historical and experimental photographic processes.
Heather has participated in many exhibitions, and has growing curatorial and facilitation experience. When away from the studio, she fills several roles in community based arts organizations.