March 20, 2019 Sebastian Garraway’s Bansky Mural

I took this picture in May 2017 not long after the mural had been painted by the anonymous political commentator/artist, Banksy. Whenever a location is discovered to have been chosen by Banksy, it instantly becomes a spectacle to the great…

March 7, 2019 Amy Romer’s The Dark Figure

There are many forms of slavery and we are all aware of some of them. When we think of slavery we think of Spartacus and Kirk Douglas’s cratered chin, shining with sweat alongside brave men pinned up on crosses by…

March 6, 2019 Hub City Is A Documentation Of The Vanishing Stories Within Western Canada

Casey Bennett is an urban landscape photographer currently based in South-Central British Columbia, Canada. Bennett’s practice is focused around the documentation of the vanishing faces and stories held within countless individuals across the Western Canadian landscape. This compelling collection of…

February 28, 2019 A Handshake With A Martian

Provoked by his inner curiosity into the UFO scene in the United Kingdom, Samuel Fradley’s, A Hand Shake with a Martian is a personal investigation into the British UFO phenomena. Supported by official declassified documents, this project is a photographic…

February 24, 2019 On The Streets This Spring
February 19, 2019 What’s it like to be 16 years old now? Sixteen Exhibition Tour

Sixteen is an age of transition, of developmental, and of social change. An age where college, sixth-form and working life all quickly become very real. A confusing time where you’re no longer considered a child, but also not yet an…

February 18, 2019 Jaywick’s Happy Club Is A Group Built On Community

For tourists, Jaywick in Essex is your usual seaside town. Consisting of amusement arcades and a sandy beach, it’s was once a popular destination for Londoners who used to flock there during the summer months. Why then was it voted…

February 9, 2019 Like Last Year’s Snow – Oded Wagenstein

In the remote village of Yar-Sale in Northern Siberia, live a group of elderly women. They were once part of a nomadic community of reindeer herders. However, in their old age, they spend most of their days in seclusion, isolated…

January 25, 2019 Darsh Seneviratne Documents Sri Lanka’s Ever Changing Landscape

“Being raised by a Sri Lankan father meant pieces of his culture were scattered throughout our home and daily life. I remember hearing the Sinhalese news blaring away on the radio every Sunday morning, eating salmon curry and hoppers at…

January 21, 2019 Ekaterina Vasilyeva, The Ruins Of The Romantic Imagination

…After the waning of modernist fantasies about creatio exnihilo and of the desire for the purity of new beginnings, we have come to read cities and buildings as palimpsests of space, monuments as transformable and transitory, and sculpture as subject…

January 14, 2019 Guillaume Tomasi’s Chrysalises, Perceptions Of The World Around Us

Chrysalises is a project held together on a shoestring, borne of Tomasi becoming a father and beginning to think about how personal events can easily alter our perception of the world around us. Although Chrysalises spawned from that new-found fatherhood,…

January 4, 2019 Teenage Wildlife With Morganna Magee

My teenage years are vivid. After a childhood marred by sadness I relished in the independence of being able to rebel. I was shaped by those wild years, though the only physical evidence remaining are the scars on my arms,…

December 23, 2018 Our Top 10 Features Of 2018

Firstly we’d like to thank everybody who has submitted, let us feature their work and supported us throughout 2018. We’re hoping it’ll be the same every year, but this year we’ve featured more photography than ever before. We’ve interviewed some…

December 17, 2018 An Interview With Marc Wilson

Marc Wilson’s practice focuses on documenting memories and histories that are set in the landscapes that surround us. Working on two long-form projects over the past 8 years, Marc’s has been working on, ‘The Last Stand’ and is currently working on ‘A wounded landscape’. Daniel Dale had the pleasure of chatting to Marc about his practice, photo books and family.

December 12, 2018 Simon Bray Produces Martin Parr’s Latest Commission

Earlier this year, North West based photographer, Simon Bray, worked alongside Martin Parr on a commission set by Manchester Art Gallery. After studying Photography at Manchester Polytechnic in 1970-1973, Manchester Art Gallery brought Martin back to work on a series of photographs which would sit alongside work he made in Manchester whilst studying. Although a photographer himself, Simon Bray was invited to work as a producer on the project. We wanted to find out about the role and what it entailed.

December 11, 2018 Daniel Harrington’s Without a sense of caring there can be no sense of community

Daniel Harrington is a documentary photographer and recent graduate of the Manchester School of Art based in North London. Combining landscape and portrait photography, his work is concerned with the notion of community and the issues faced by those in…

December 6, 2018 World Cup 2018 Pre-Order

The World Cup represents the largest and arguably the most important football event in the UK. With football being the UK’s most popular sport Then There Was Us brought together 35 photographers from all over to record, document and showcase what football means to so many. From the clubs and pubs to the homes and streets of England, from the expatriates abroad and the big came in Russia, Then There Was Us is proud to showcase a selection of images from an open call during the 2018 World Cup.

November 21, 2018 An interview with Colin Pantall

A writer, photographer, curator and lecturer based in Bath, England. Colin Pantall’s ideas focus around domestic environments and the interaction between personal, environmental and historical narratives as experienced through his family. This month we got to speak to Colin, about all his role as a photographer and the projects he’s worked on over past few years.

November 11, 2018 Emma Stevensons’ Altered Lands

Landscapes are seldom just an observation of environment. They’re much more than that: a common causeway between the viewer, the photographer and the place, space, or vista – however you want to call it. Landscapes are recognisable: they don’t require…

November 6, 2018 Marc Isaacs – Lift: Life in a London High-Rise

Our lives are filled with unremarkable moments and the routine of everyday life, uneventful moments that to most seem dull, boring and monotonous – a humdrum existence of where we are now and where we will be tomorrow. In 2001…

October 29, 2018 An interview with Margaret Mitchell

We interviewed Glasgow based photographer, Margaret Mitchell about her outstanding portfolio of work, along with current projects and making it work as a photographer in Scotland in the 90’s. Margaret has produced both short and long bodies of work, which have gained wide respect from fellow photographers across the country…

October 26, 2018 Luke Archer – The Rock

Gibraltar is situated at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula. It is recognised historically as the southernmost point of Europe. As Brexit draws closer Gibraltar’s shared border with Spain is under scrutiny. Despite the iconic ‘Rock’ being world renowned,…

October 15, 2018 Yer Not In The North Now Ya Know

Bridie Lewis’s Yer Not In The North Now Ya Know is an exploration of the island of Ireland’s border through photography. Lewis’ project raises questions as to what borders are, why they are and how we photograph them. Ireland as a place is full of history, questions and curiosities for its many visitors however its border between the UK and Irish Republic is a unique place in its own right.

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