Deserts Across the World

From Death Valley, California, to Goreme in Turkey, Brogan Chidley documents the contours of deserts from the sky. Click for full screen.   Processed with VSCOcam with c1 preset 1 2 3 4 5 MORE WEDNESDAY Food, Styled The Ceviche Men of Montezuma Portraits in Displacement Camps, Nepal Colouring in the Gaps …

Food, Styled

Camilla Wordie is a food stylist. Or, in her words, she takes a conceptual route to form a brand personality and create images of art. What’s for sure is that, whether Burger King or a start-up, her work is truly artistic. Click for full screen.   1 2 3 4 5 …

The Ceviche Men of Montezuma

In the overfished Gulf of Nicoya, on the coast of Montezuma, Costa Rica, many men rely on unregulated small scale fishing to make a living. This fish both makes up their diet and is sold on for ceviche. Often they live on the beach, simultaneously trusting in the ocean and …

Portraits in Displacement Camps, Nepal

“My photographic work documenting women’s social issues, education and empowerment led me to the post-earthquake displacement camps of Kathmandu and Dhading, Nepal. Invited into these camps initially through work I was doing for Aura Freedom International (visually documenting their Female Friendly Space and programs for women and children displaced after …

Can We Please Be Friends?

 It may have been complacency, but I really didn’t think we were going to leave the EU yesterday morning. I had been predicting results based upon my Facebook feed, unaware that I lived in quite such a London liberal bubble. I have felt the initial fear, the anxiety and worry …

Exhibiting Lady Kitt, paper-cutting artist

Paper-cutting must be one of the most intricate forms of art. And also one of the most laborious. Interviewed on Tuesday, Lady Kitt is a paper-cutter, performer and artistic director based in Newcastle. In her words, all her work is driven by “an insatiable curiosity to explore the social functions …

Colouring in the Gaps

Squandered time, forced intimacy with strangers and surrendering control to delays – for many, commuting is the least pleasurable part of the day.    Commuting became a prominent part of my life when I took my first job in London. Half a year in, I had given it up as …

How to…gain perspective

Do you ever find yourself in one of those low moments, when you feel overwhelmed and unsure of when that feeling will let up? On the cusp of graduation from a university that I love (and will be sad to leave), I found myself in this space recently. Change is …

Patriotism for the Brits

Today is St. George’s Day. Did you know that? And if you did know, do you care? A recent YouGov survey has shown that patriotism is decreasing amongst young Brits. Only 15% of 18-24 year-olds are ‘very’ patriotic. In fact, when YouGov tested Brits on the ‘Life in the UK’ exam …

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