Morgan Mulholland, our finalist for the Sony World Photography awards, was in London this week with our head of photography Mark Antonello. Check out the pictures below!
Chiara Zonca is a London-based photographer who specialises in dreamy landscapes. She captures these seemingly harsh areas and, by applying her lens makes them so inviting. We love how by applying the right way of looking at something, it can be made so different – that’s the power of photography!
Wouldn’t one of these look lovely on the wall?
You can visit Zonca’s site here.
Vicki King is a London-based photographer who focuses mainly on fashion photography. What we especially love about her work though, is her conscious decision to create work which exists inside a ‘timeless dreamscape’. This gives her work a recognisable feeling, regardless of the subject matter – the mark of a true artist!
You can see more of her beautiful work on her website here.
Christopher Smith is a photographer based in Port Elizabeth with a flair for dramatic, photoshopped self portraits that place him in a number of different identities and narrative spaces.
Here, we’re sharing a set of photos he created for Another Man Magazine (you can see the article here), with all of the beauty and eyewear by Tom Ford. We absolutely LOVE these!
To see more of his work, please do give him a follow on Instagram here.
Sam Gregg is a photographer based in London with a keen eye for capturing incredibly real, expressive portraits. Today, we’re sharing a selection from his series, ‘See Naples and Die’, where he spent time documenting the real people of the city. From nuns to tattooed guys who look like people you shouldn’t mess with, Gregg captures it all.
You can visit his site here to see more of his inspiring work.
One of our recent graduates, Morgan Mulholland, was named as a finalist in the Sony World Photography Awards (learn more about his submission here). We created the following short video, to highlight his achievement and to offer some inspiration to other budding young photographers out there!
You can see more of Morgan’s work at his website here.
Check out his video below.