This stunning portrait series captures riders from a range of equestrian events at both amateur and professional levels in the UK.
Author Alex Boniface
These photographic portraits capture the competitive performance of the Gurn, to transplant it from its stage setting and re-present it within the context of the gallery.
Mist, smoke, fog and more in this ethereal photography series by Stockholm-based Felix Odel
Sarina Finkelstein talks to IMSO about her project “The New Forty-Niners”, a photographic study of the modern-day gold-fever gripping California
In his series Erna and Hrefna, Ariko Inaoka explores the relationship between two identical Icelandic twins, Erna and Hrefna, through a series of etherial portraits.
By splicing together multiple photos, taken at different times of day from the same scene, Fong Qi Wei is able to convey the transition of time as the sun rises and sets. Rather than using rigid, horizontal or vertical lines, Wei slices the images with creative patterns, adding an element of dimension to the image.
Jen Ackerman has created a series of haunting portraits documenting the mental health plague affecting America’s prison system following extensive funding cuts.
Peter Schafrick covered children’s toys in colourful paint, spun them round with incredible force and captured the incredible results in high-speed.
Brooklyn-based photographer and recent Pratt Institute graduate Bridget Collins talks us through her latest series “Olly Olly Oxen Free”