Loabi Loabi / Maurizio Annese

When looking at these photographs, it’s like going over the moments I lived in a trance-like state of mind; moments where I was the observer in someone else’s shoes, as if in an oneiric trip. The intent of this series, which often is the intent of my work, is to explore and document these moments […]

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Flower Flower Water Light

Nicola Jane Maskrey “A travel diary of chaotic beauty and colourful abstraction. Documenting a road trip through the landscapes of the United Kingdom, France and Spain. Avoiding deliberate regional classification, images formed chronologically throughout my journey, unifying the three countries into one emotional state… I am interested in the perceived dichotomy between the transient and […]

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Structures

Dimitris Lambris “I believe that it is essential for everyone to express themselves by creating or destroying (destruction is a form a creation) thus, making art. Expression is communication. Communication is art. ‘Structures’ series is a series of diptychs, portraying the connection between physical and technical structures, faces and landscapes, bodies and cityscapes.The series came […]

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The giants watch us

Sarah Bejerano “These passive giants remain expectant to the changes that should have taken place a few years ago. They carry an antinomy; despite their rigid structures, the beauty and harmony that characterises them lead us to think of their power to continue being themselves, emblems of change and movement.” – cargocollective.com/sarahbejerano

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Greg & Butch

Remington Long “My dad knocked on my door at 5am and told me we were meeting our neighbour Butch at his ranch. Grudgingly I threw on a sweatshirt, grabbed a few rolls of film and hopped in the car. We met Butch at a blind he had set up deep in the foothills of his […]

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30th December

Simon Bray “On 30th December 2009, three days before his 52nd birthday, my dad passed away. After over fours years of trying to stop the cancer from altering his life, it got the better of him. He left us with the words, ‘faith in action’, to act on that which we believe, not a sentiment […]

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Liznojan

by Joanne Coates Today we’re featuring young photographer Joanne Coates and her body of work Liznojan. This project is a wonderful exploration of Englishness and the outskirts of this land, where Coates uses the action of walking to experience it. It’s an intriguing amalgamation of documentary and fantasy, and the portraiture reveals some fascinating characters […]

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Ekaterina Vasilyeva

Ekaterina Vasilyeva is a freelance photographer working in a mixed genre of documentary and fine-art photography and is based in St. Petersburg, Russia. Ekaterina recently sent us her project 40 Days Of High And Low Tides, a visual narrative of the end of her stay in England where she had been living for two years. […]

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Wonder

Jonathan Charles This fantastic photograph, ‘Wonder’, from photographer Jonathan Charles had us mesmerised immediately. What a wonderful contrast between the cold, white background and the bright, eye-catching colour of the two children looking around themselves in awe and intrigue. It inspires a feeling of fantasy and fairytale, as if the two children are on a magical journey. […]

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Sophie Thionville

Today we have a submission from our Autorretrato call for submissions. It comes from photographer Sophie Thionville, age 15 from Virginia. We were inspired by the high quality of Sophie’s work, and from such a young age too. The conceptuality of this photograph is what drew us in, as well as the aesthetics. It is […]

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Naomi Goddard

Today we are showing you work from Naomi Goddard. Having recently graduated from the University of The West of England Bristol, she is now a London-based photographer. – Naomi Goddard is a social documentary photographer. Her interest in visual anthropology fuels her curiosity in the human being and the way contemporary society impacts on how […]

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Isabella Mariana

We selected this work by Brazil-based photography student Isabella Mariana from her submission to “Autorretrato”, our call for submissions themed around self-portraits. This double exposure was an immediate favourite, from the muted colours to the harsh blackness of the tree branches and the way her shoulders are disappearing, we love everything about it. – I’m […]

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Rhiannon Buckle

Today’s submission again comes from within the UWE Bristol student pool, submitted by Rhiannon who is based in Bristol and Cardiff. We picked her photograph because it is an interesting take on the debate about nudity and showing skin. We love the awkward posing and how she looks away from the camera; vulnerability and tension […]

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Kathy Foote

After graduating from my degree in photography, I unexpectedly found myself getting into the wedding photography industry. After being asked to do a friend’s wedding, I discovered that the job was ideal for me. It let me combine my passion for beautiful photography with my love of working with people. I am able to use […]

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Zak Dimitrov

Today’s submission comes from Bournemouth Uni student Zdravko Dimitrov. The diptych is an emotive and thoughtful comparison between youth and old age. Read more about it below: This set of images was taken on 35mm film which (after being developed) was given to the subjects themselves, who then drew something on the surface. In the […]

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On the benefit life

Manuela Henao Restrepo The United Kingdom was one of the first countries to establish a social security system. The years following the Second World War saw the emergence of the British welfare state as a response to the poverty and precarious economic circumstances left after the war. However, from the 70s onwards, the welfare state […]

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