The less heard, the less obvious.

Photographer Paul Lehr’s Feindesland

Paris based photographer Paul Lehr shares his opinions and experiences from his series ‘Feindesland’, following two women who, “In their youth lived among rebels: On the Eritrean front, Selam fought and Almaz sang against the…

Moritz Küstner The Dying Dead Sea

Moritz Küstner never planned on becoming a photographer, deciding to study Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hannover, Germany, Küstner’s thoughts changed, “I spent one year at the Danish…

Clare Hewitt Discussing Photography

Clare Hewitt is a London based documentary and portrait photographer. After completing a degree in law Hewitt took the biggest change in her career to study photography, finding that both subjects relate in various ways,…

Red Herring with Jordan Madge

Jordan Madge’s series Red Herring, inspired by the disappearance of a girl in a small country town in Central Victoria, Australia, in 2009. Through the blending and questioning of fact, fiction and representation, the work…

Reggio Calabria: A City of Waste

With almost 180,000 inhabitants, Reggio Calabria, is the largest and the most populated city of Calabria, a region in southern Italy. In 2014, in an attempt to comply with Italian laws on waste disposal, was…

Spit Gold Onto An Empire

For the people of Myanmar, history is repeating itself once again. On the 1st of February 2021, the Myanmar military stormed the parliament building, taking control of the country in another military coup.

The Process – Raphael Gaultier

A social documentary photographer based in Seattle, Raphael Gaultier’s work is centred around cultural preservation and capturing the intimacies of daily life. His latest series, The Last Whispers of the Light, focuses on what home…

The Process – Matilde Viegas

A self-taught photographer based in Porto, Matilde Viegas’ work deals with themes of intimacy and connection, as well as personal history and identity. Viegas’ themes stem from personal experience documenting issues surrounding family, migration, relationships…