Andrew Horsman (b. 1973) is a large format landscape photographer. His work references archival images of people and places, particularly in the west and north of Ireland. His interests extend to the nature of rephotography and the way the medium is used to portray the passage of time.

His recent work includes collaborative commissions for the BBC and the Derry - Londonderry UK City of Culture 2013. This work can be seen here: http://thecityrevisited.wordpress.com/

Andrew's solo work has been exhibited at locations in the UK and Ireland and is held in several private collections. His work has been published in the Guardian and Daily Telegraph newspapers.

Andrew is currently a PhD researcher at the Belfast School of Art, investigating the photographic portrayal of the west of Ireland by the Congested Districts Board, 1891 - 1923. This photographic practice explores the continued and changing use of the land by the generations since the 1890s. The land is timeless, we pass on.