Juno Calypso (b. 1989, London) is a London-based artist working with photography, film and installation. While studying photography at the London College of Communication, Juno began taking pictures of herself disguised as a character named Joyce. In 2015, Juno took Joyce to a romantic themed hotel in America for her The Honeymoon series. Posing as a travel writer, Juno gained access to multiple rooms which she used to stage her series of solitary self-portraits that explore solitude, desire and femininity through a dark comedy lens. The Honeymoon was awarded an international prize by the British Journal of Photography in 2015. For her latest project, What to Do with a Million Years, Juno staged photographs in a mansion built underneath Las Vegas in the 1970’s as a shelter from nuclear terror, and currently owned by a mystery group attempting to achieve immortality. Recent solo exhibitions include those at Studio Giangaleazzo Visconti, Milan (2018); TJ Boulting, London (2018 and 2016); Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast (2017); 71a Gallery, London (2015); and Flowers Gallery, London (2015).