Photographer Cary Jobe reacts to the current global political and social situation and posits the question – how do we heal our politics, our communities and ourselves?
Colin Templeton’s project reveals the quiet beauty of a sprawling 1960’s brutalist housing estate in North Glasgow, known locally as The Barracks.
Lieven Geuns’ photo project started life being about the Bonneville Salt Flats but turned right, and went down a rabbit hole called Wendover.
Visual artist Felicia Simion’s surreal photo composites speak to us of the tortured path leading to alternative selves..
Dancing on Ice: Netherworld
Photographer Matt Frost takes us behind the scenes of a primetime TV show and introduces us to the people that make it all work.
Photographer John Ferguson’s portrait series expressing what ‘home’ means to the African-Caribbean community in Suffolk, England.
Steve Korn captures the craft, dedication, struggle and artistic expression of dancer Lisa Kwak.
Hearts and Bones
Christian Mushenko’s studio project is a mixture of heartfelt and confronting images that explore the power of touch.
Photographer Jocelyn Janon visualises the mood and feelings he had as a young boy, creating worlds in the back of his father’s Citroen.
On a soif
Photographer Jef Van den Bossche’s images capture the dying of the light for Belgium’s volkscafés, or people’s pubs, in the face of globalisation and cultural shifts.
4 Songs Southeast
Photographer Helynn Ospina plays with the notion of formal strategy and visual design inspired by an exercise from The Photographer’s Handbook.
In My Skin
Photographer Michelle Sank’s project exploring young people under 25 in the UK who are challenging their body image, to become more acceptable to their own ideal of ‘beautiful’.
An Unseen Place
Scott Lorenzen’s project to document the mysterious McNeal 020 Pavillion, hidden somewhere in Southern Arizona.
Living With Dogs
Photographer Dylan Collard spent 18 months exploring people’s domestic relationship with their dogs – sometimes, lots of dogs!
Photographer Amber-Jayne Bain beautifully captures the skill, intensity and physicality of an artisan craftsman at work.
Christian Mushenko’s evocative imagery captures the streets of Bangkok that Buddhists must negotiate in the pursuit of nirvana.
The Void We Leave
By chance, Oded Wagenstein met and photographed an ageing community in Cuba, which led him to question what remains after we pass on?
Like Last Year’s Snow
In a remote community of nomadic deer herders in Northern Siberia, photographer Oded Wagenstein visually documents the process of ageing in isolation.
Christian Mushenko’s visual rumination on the notion of what home and family means to his 78 year old father.
Cosmopolitan Isolation, New York
Photographer Francesco Bittichesu shot the eerily quiet streets of New York during 2020.
Photographer Sebastiaan Franco explores the world of European Pro Wrestling, and discovers what ‘kayfabe’ means in that sporting universe.
Tough Oily Love
Scott McAulay captures how old car engines in Thailand are lovingly deconstructed, and repurposed to power the family boat.
Documentary photographer Chloe Juno’s eclectic project photographing discarded objects on the streets of Brighton.
Full Bloom – in Our Fifties
Photographer Kelly Sinclair explores what it is to be a woman in her 50s.
Sebastiaan Franco’s epic photo project where he spent 4 years photographing Irish Travellers.
Photographer Stewart Cohen explores the popular notion that redheads are well on their way to extinction.
The Rocketgirl Chronicles
Andrew Rovenko’s keepsake of strange times, when the big world was shut down, but many beautiful small worlds were discovered.
House of Hope
Sebastiaan Franco’s 3 month project detailing the treatment of spina bifida and hydrocephalus in Kenya.
In the Dead of Night
Photographer Poppy Matthews provides a visual exploration of public green spaces, when the night has descended, and nobody is about.
Photographer Steve Korn’s beautiful portraiture that allows us to realise we are all the same, all individuals.
Photographer Jodie James highlights that beneath every professional or key worker role, there is a human being.
Ngātahi is photographer Emma Baker’s reflection on where we were, where we are now and where we want to go.