Juliette Morrison uses autoethnography as her primary form of research. Autoethnography involves using self-reflection and photography to explore anecdotal and personal experience, which is then connected back to wider cultural, political, and social meanings and understandings.
Juliette usually bases the composition of her paintings on old magazine covers, records, posters and classical paintings, but changes the subject matter to relate to an event that has happened in her life. Common themes in her work include classical music and paintings, pop culture, and tongue-in-cheek humour. She paints on a range of surfaces including stretched paper, canvas and wood. Her work is a means of transforming these commercial images into a fine art.
Most recently, she has created public interventions on the Luas Green Line, Portobello and outside the Central Bank on Dame Street.