Anna Fox shares images from 2 of her new photography projects & discusses collaborating with Karen Knorr

From The Village, 1991NAME Anna Fox JOB Photographer & Prof Photography WEBSITE Anna Fox PROJECT U.S. 1 & CabinetUsually when you ask a photographer to describe their practice you get a short, sometimes terse, answer but not with Anna Fox. As befits an...

With her portraits of autistic women, Rosie Barnes gives voice to an under represented community.

‘No You’re Not’ has found success with the Taylor Wessing Prize and the Wellcome Collection.

Wendy Aldiss My Father’s Things

NAME Wendy Aldiss JOB Documentary Photographer WEBSITE Wendy Aldiss PROJECT My Father's ThingsWendy Aldiss is a fine art and social documentary photographer who has a particular interest in environmental portraiture, and has she produced a body of work that explores...

A family connection opened the door for Nick Hodgson’s personal project & literally took him deeper into the subject.

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Michael von Graffenried has made the Widelux his own, producing intimate & unsettling images of the ordinary

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Greg Turner

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Greg Turner is a portrait photographer who works in a series of long term projects, lasting months or sometimes years.

His work is intensely personal seeking to reveal as much about himself as to scrutinise the subjects of his images.

Elinor Carucci

“There is a conflict between my sense of liberation – feminist me – and the roles and stereotypes that women are still subject to.”

Israeli American photographer Elinor Carucci has carved out a very successful fine art career in New York City.

Carucci’s latest book Midlife is an exquisitely intimate portrait of the photographer and her family.

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Wendy Aldiss My Father’s Things

Wendy Aldiss My Father’s Things

NAME Wendy Aldiss JOB Documentary Photographer WEBSITE Wendy Aldiss PROJECT My Father's ThingsWendy Aldiss is a fine art and social documentary photographer who has a particular interest in environmental portraiture, and has she produced a body of work that explores...

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