This year we started our ‘Projects To Look Out For’ series in which we’ve had an outstanding response, so much so that we’ve done a roundup of our favourite submissions from the past month. Here we wanted to show you our favourite projects by photographers that you should be looking out for in 2018.
Local – Jae Storer
LOCAL’ is an on-going series by Jae Storer which celebrates and documents artists pushing the hiphop scene within Ipswich, Suffolk. Storer is currently planning on travelling further afield where he hopes to expand the project into a full series over the next year.
Untitled – Emma Williams
21 year old Emma Williams’ latest project focuses on locals around Acton, West London. This yet to be titled project will be an ongoing series which hopes to build to 100+ images by the end of summer 2018.
Waterpolo – Izzy de Warrtripont
British undergraduate Izzy de Wattripont is currently studying at the University of the West of England. Working with themes surrounding youth and identity, de Wattripont is interested in documenting adolescence and how we come to determine who we are as a person through the social activities we partake in. The portrait above is from a recent, yet unfinished project on Waterpolo players.
Change – Daniel Gonzalez
Change is an ongoing photography project by Daniel Gonzalez exploring the transformative nature of the British seaside town during the off-season, namely Barry Island in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales.
Untitled – Daniel Harrington
In his latest series, Daniel Harrington documents long standing British clubs and the people that inhabit them. Over the next couple of months, Daniel aims to gather a collection of images from different clubs across the country. These will include tennis clubs, darts clubs and the dog races, among many others.
If you want to get involved then simply get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. Send us an image at 300dpi and below 3mb, along with a short piece of text about the project.