35mm Fun: Ciara Alberts
'I began shooting when I realised I could make friends with all the cool older boys in hardcore bands if I took photos of their shows.'
Shoot The Bomb!
The first substantial exhibition of nuclear photography from Hiroshima to Fukuyama will fill you with existential dread.
35mm Fun: Robbie Bowes-Edwards
Today we meet photographer and visual artist Robbie Bowes-Edwards, the man behind LifeNLenses. Born in Toronto, raised in Florida, much of Bowes-Edwards' work shown here covers his experiences with contemporary hip-hop.
35mm Fun: Sean Haughton
"Buy a negative scanner. Try new things out. Don’t trust anyone who values having a degree over the quality of your work."
35mm Fun: Weronika Dudka
Born in Poland and based in Leicester, Weronika Dudka is a soon-to-be interior design graduate and snapper. Her shots – logically enough – have a focus on a variety of building exteriors, taken under the concept of 'postmodernscapism'.
35mm Fun: Tom Archer & Robert Hughes
Today we cover one of the first releases by new independent press Snöar, a 35mm photobook by snappers Tom Archer and Robert Hughes charmingly titled Mediocre Idiocy.
35mm Fun: Michael Cox
The Devonshire photographer is a budding master of suspense.
What Does David Cameron Taste Like?
A different kind of political analysis comes courtesy of James Wannerton - a man with lexical-gustatory synesthesia.
35mm Fun: Richard PJ Lambert
For this week's 35mm Fun, we turn to Birmingham-based Richard PJ Lambert, a computer technician by trade and snapper by passion.
35mm Fun: Dorota Woronowska
"You feel like you don’t belong, something pulls you and you know there is somewhere else you should be."
Bombs, Spies and Snitches: Format Photography Festival Reviewed
What are these separate exhibits, singularly or in sum total, telling us about urban crime and decay, the military, or foreign policy?
The Best of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
The extraordinary winning and shortlisted images of the world's largest photography competition provide a global wake-up call, as well as proof of the indomitable nature of the human spirit.