Annika Derksen – One Hundred Ninety Nine

Annika Derksen

One Hundred Ninety Nine

Little Penquite
Lostwithiel, Cornwall

The house was bought by Fiona Mackinnon and Martyn Woodfield in 1995.
In the years that followed, Little Penquite has been rebuilt and transformed into their family home.



It’s where Fiona and Martyn raised their four children; Kerry, Bethan, Sarah and Daniel.
Fiona currently lives in Little Penquite on her own, mostly working on one of her numerous projects.
She is the family archivist who collects the family stories and narratives.
Every corner of the house occupies different objects and stories.



“Once you trigger the memories it’s kind of all there, that was so and so and that’s that and that.”

This work was shortlisted in 2018 for EPF/Fujifilm Young Talent Award

Short Bio

Annika Derksen is a Dutch photographer currently based in London producing works in which she employs documentary modes. The starting points of her projects often lie in curiosity towards that what is unknown to her. Using the camera as a tool to comprehend, Annika depicts her personal encounters through photographs.

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The Fujifilm/Young Talent Award is supported by Fujifilm




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