That’s How The Light Gets In

Naomi Kamat, originally born in Bath, UK, has lived most of her life on the West Coast of Ireland. Her practice, informed by her studies in both Fine Art and Photography, embraces traditional photography methods such as 35mm, medium format and large format photography, in favour of their tactile nature.…

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Fear of Disappearance – Mariya Ustymenko

I began to work on (or rather started thinking about) my freshly completed photobook Fear of Disappearance in late Spring 2014. At the time I had just recently relocated from a coastal village in Essex to a much more commutable edge of Surrey, now officially part of the Borough of…

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Michaela Zetterström: Bio & Project ‘A Teenage Room’

Michaela Zetterström is a Swedish born photographer and digital artist based in London and Sweden. Inspired by surrealism, kitsch and pop art, Michaela creates manipulated repetitive patterns for wallpaper, fabric and objects. Michaela graduates from BA (Hons) Photography this year and the following images are installation shots from her degree…

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Oyibo- A Guest Post by Emma Uwejoma

In Britain I was too embarrassed to wear traditional Nigerian clothing, yet in Nigeria I felt so comfortable and free. I wear subtle hints of Nigeria. That self-consciously symbolize that I’m African. African girls my age that were brought up in the culture make me feel intimidated and stupid for…

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