We spoke with photographer Jack Fleming about his portfolio so far, what inspires him, the importance of critical feedback and his experiences within internships.
During the summer of 2016, photojournalist Jack Clark travelled to Gambia where he shot a secret project on meeting with President Adama Barrow during the inauguration of 2016/2017.
This year we started our ‘Projects To Look Out For’ series in which we’ve had an outstanding response, so much so that we’ve done a roundup of our favourite submissions from the past month. Here we wanted to show you our favourite projects by photographers that you should be looking out for in 2018.
As a social documentary photographer, a great amount of time is spent working alone and often in unfamiliar places. Josh Adam Jones’ most recent ongoing project, 99 Peace Walls aims to document the people and places of Belfast, Northern Ireland.
We chatted to Mon Levchenkova about her final major project at LCC and why she based it around her hometown of Hampstead, London.
Being a student, everything you own is often confined to your bedroom, young people use this space as a canvas for self expression. Distant Comfort is a series that examines the ways in which young people express themselves through the objects and arrangements of their bedrooms; this is a place that is open to experimentation and freedom. From photographs to tapestries and posters, everything is a form of self expression.
Prague and Bratislava based Visual artist, Deana Kolenčíková finished her project – ‘Is this it?’ in 2013 whilst studying at University. After finishing her BA, she continued studying photography and fine arts as an MA. Having the experiences of exploring and focusing on the public space, she started using different mediums and tools. Deana currently works with installations, interventions in public space, photography and performances.
This year our Editor James Wrigley has been putting together a new publication. Contested Territories, due for release over the next month, is a collection of works exploring modern day society from photographers, writers and creatives all of whom examine, –
In his latest project, Nazar Furyk takes a step back from photojournalism and documents every day life of young people…