January 16, 2018

James McCourt is a documentary photographer from West Belfast who graduated from university in 2016. Since graduating James has mainly focused his attention to community based projects around where he lives. Sharing his knowledge on photography and helping people through –

January 15, 2018

Born in Southampton, Tom studied Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport. His work focuses on communities and individuals and the landscapes these people inhabit, often with reference to photographic journeys and pathways created by water. In 2014 he –

January 8, 2018

Andrew Munns, Originally from Aldridge in the West Midlands and now studying at Manchester School of Art, this ongoing series is largely observational, and a documentation of familiar scenes he has grown accustomed to seeing whilst residing in Manchester for –

January 8, 2018

“Growing up I found myself moving from place to place, never really finding a sense of where I belonged. As a result of this my work has become a visual documentation of my search for where this place actually is. –

January 6, 2018

2017 has been a great year for photography. We hope it’s excited and inspired you as much as it has us. Here we take a look back onto our 10 favourite features of 2017. From protests in Ukraine to the –

January 4, 2018

“After spending Christmas 2016 at my mothers, I began to accumulate a relationship with Ivan (62). Every time I visit I take a photograph of Ivan in the laundrette, gifting her with some print from the last visit. –

January 2, 2018

Food Bank is the latest in a series of documentary photography projects from Merseyside based photographer, Liam Jones. As a full-time care assistant, Jones bases the majority of his work around his job and family life. In this ongoing series, –

December 31, 2017

16 year old Hal Hewetson focuses on personal experiences concerning ‘innocent’ and adolescent life whilst growing up and skating within the constraints of a small town in the midlands. “This is a selection of point and shoot photographs taken in –

December 31, 2017

Swansea based photographer Math Roberts takes to the streets, taking advantage and reacting to situations that unfold creating unusual and unique portraits.

December 31, 2017

Photographer Ross Trevail documents the last remaining Church of England Young Men’s Society (C.E.Y.M.S) in the UK. “At one time, every major town in England had a Church of England Young Men’s Society (C.E.Y.M.S) but Norwich is now the only –