Recent 2016 University of Brighton MA Photography graduate Martin Seeds looks at the role of the Northern Ireland Assembly using the natural landscape as metaphor for the fragile political landscape.
Selected as a Photoworks Award winner, 2016 University of Brighton MA Photography graduate Richard Boll plays with time and chance in these long exposure seascapes.
Selected as one of the five showcases from the Annual submission entry on fashion and style, Cherelle Sappleton uses collage to create provocative images responding to the male gaze in editorial photography.
Sam Laughlin, winner of the 2016 Danny Wilson Memorial Award, shares his thoughts on the two bodies of work he exhibited at this year’s Brighton Photo Fringe, Slow Time and Nests.
Selected as one of the five showcases from the Annual submission entry on fashion and style, Heather Agyepong draws on historical and personal experience to disrupt the black, female narrative.
Selected as one of the five showcases from the Annual submission entry on fashion and style, Claire O’Keefe details the last decade of her life, through the story of her melanoma.
Selected as one of the five showcases from the Annual submission entry on fashion and style, Layla Sailor layers images to explore femininity, fashion and identity by using familiar tropes of commercial photography.
Richard Gosnold’s series ‘Voices’, tackles mental illness and our perceptions of reality.
Daniel Castro Garcia and the John Radcliffe Studio introduce us to a body of work charts the journeys and migration stories of people making their way into Europe.
Rita Chauveau (4 Feb 1911 – 20 Jan 2005) was a street photographer born in Montreal, Canada.
Marianne Bjørnmyr series ‘An Authentic Relation’ looks at a diary found on the barren and desolate South-Atlantic island of Ascension in 1726.
Selected as a Photoworks Award winner, 2016 LCC BA Photography graduate James Wilde explores emotional distance, isolation and fear in this personal photographic story.
Recent winner of the Portfolio Award Rencontres d’Arles 2016, photographer David Fathi explores ‘The Pauli Effect’ through the CERN archives, with his series ‘Wolfgang’.
Edita Kalesinskaite’s project explores the cost of meat in this video installation.
Taking portraits of customers while their food is cooking, Oxford-based Kazem Hakimi uses available lighting at the back of his takeaway shop.
Ella Bowden-Williams explores the family album and its effects on memory and materiality.
Klara Svackova explores the uncanny in the domestic environment using still and moving imagery.
1st place Photoworks Graduate Award winner, Matthew Broadhead explores chronology, boundaries and ideas of home in Heimr.
LCC Photography graduate Brendan Stewart-Jacks focusses on sites of flux and uses flora as a metaphor for hidden growth.
Recent Photoworks Award runner up, 2016 LCC photography graduate, Red Rotkopf’s ‘Passage’ series investigates the sense of exhaustion in the Californian landscape.
Selected as a Photoworks Award runner up, 2016 LCC photography graduate Giulia Parlato recreates a mythical narrative for her fictional characters to navigate.
Selected as a Photoworks Award runner up, 2016 LCC photography graduate Constance M. describes the violence and political upheaval on past and present Guatamalans.
We look at the work of photographer, Freya Najade and her series, Jazorina, Land of Lakes, in the lead up to the release of her publication by Kehrer Verlag, May 2016.
Our youth showcase provides a platform for photography by 16-18 year olds
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