Owen Harvey has been making work for ‘All Change Photographic’ a project that he set up last year. There’s 13 photographers involved in the project, shooting across London, documenting the various communities that make London what it is, a culturally rich capital.
Owen has been focusing on hopeful Imams, who are currently in the process of 7 years of intensive study.
“It’s been interesting visiting their community, where they live and study for the duration of their course and trying to get an understanding of this group of British youth culture and why young men (often 17-25), dedicate their life to religion. “
Keep updated with the project here: @allchangephotographic
‘Brittle’. A collaboration between photographer Dan Matthews and and props stylist Maya Linhares-Marx.
Elise collaborates with food and props stylist Olivia Bennett, for a personal project to revitalises the senses!
Set amongst London’s grasslands, the team constructed a picnic infused with nature. Organic light, natural tones, and gentle clothing were brought together to showcase beauty in the wilderness.
The latest personal project from Beate. ‘Stream of time’ is an examination on the passage of time, the stop-motion clips consist each of between 42 – 94 stills.
The music that accompanies the back and forth motion was specially composed to flow and unite sound and vision.
Nigel shot this series of bikers in the Autumn whilst traveling with friends in the UK. The use of natural light displays Nigel’s genuine ability to capture feeling whilst being light on the foot.
Elise’s latest personal project plays with ever-evolving make-up trends and the team decided to really push the boat out!
REAL gold was applied to the model’s skin for a series of intense close-ups, creating an intensified highlights. #goldie
Beate follows on from the success of ‘Somewhere in Between’ by expanding on the award-nominated series.
A moment in time, however fleeting is encapsulated using mirrors and translucent coloured perspex. Lighting is positioned in such a way to create, momentary shadow structures.
The series is as much reflective on the human experience as it is a visual delight.
‘Beneath the Veil’ is Elise’s most recent personal project with a focus on body curves, textures, and tone.
The use of a veil symbolises barriers and change. Close crops of the model dominate this series and build on the intimacy that surrounds marriage.
Elise continues her exploration of the human form with this latest series of skin close-ups.
This time the models entangled limbs were wearing pale coloured tights to create repetition & symmetry through the shape.
Marco takes his love for the hyper-real to Bombay Beach Biennale!
The collage created out of life-size cutouts is symbolic of the rich history of Bombay Beach and the Salton Sea, which in its heyday was a glamorous Hollywood destination.
Today, due to an environmental catastrophe that polluted the lake, almost overnight the town went from boom to bust making it feel almost like a post-apocalypic disaster zone