Mary Morgan

Following a career in international public diplomacy, Mary Morgan transitioned into visual arts, using her photography to reflect key issues.

Stefan Schlumpf

Stefan Schlumpf is a Swiss photographer. His work has appeared in international campaigns as well as various magazines worldwide.

Xiyuan Xiao

Xiyuan Xiao is a photographer who based between Shanghai and London. Xiao recently completed her MA Photography, graduating from LCC.

Chao Zhang

Chao Zhang is a recent MA Photography graduate for University of the Arts London: London College of Communication.

Sophie Wöhleke

Sophia Wöhleke works with analogue photography in order to explore ideas of place and identity, playing with the line between reality and fiction.

Yuxuan Xue

Yuxuan Xue was born in Dongying, China, home to the country’s second largest oil field. Xue explores the gradual depletion of this resource.

Andrew Simmons

Andrew Simmons’ work is very much autobiographical and is as much a document of his own life as it is his surroundings.

Alex Nightingale-Smith

Alex Nightingale-Smith’s series A Window into Presence uses the Covid-19 crisis as an opportunity to explore the deep states of presence.

Yuchen Gong

Yuchen Gong is an artist who holds a Graduate Diploma in Photography from the University of the Art: London College of Communication

Gregor Emmanuel

Gregor Emmanuel is a London-based photographer and cinematographer, specialising in editorial and documentary style works.

Christine Le Roux

Christine Le Roux’s ongoing personal project The Greens explores the ever-changing dynamic of her grandparents 60-year relationship.

Em Dessi-Makin

Em Dessi-Makin delves into mental health, relationships and representation. Sa Pippia is a personal exploration of her heritage.

Qingyu Yàng

Qingyu Yang’s practice often engages with the social conflicts that relate to his life. The series Chinese Muslim reveals a forgotten community.

Shan Jiang

Shan Jiang uses mixed media combined with narrative techniques to enrich visual effects, expressed as complete pages rather than single pictures.

Alessandro Perchiazzi

Alessandro Perchiazzi’s work explores the relationship between individuals and landscapes, focusing on sociopolitical issues.

Antoni Kowalski

Antoni Kowalski is a portrait and environmental photographer. His work circulates around the themes of belonging, identity and nostalgia.

Fatima Khatun

Fatima Khatun is a London based photographer and graduate of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from LCC.

Kyle Tsai

Kyle Tsai is a Taiwanese artist based in London. His series Brutalism in London explores the city’s post-war architecture.

Sichan Wang

Sichan Wang is a Chinese artist based in London. Her practice uses variety media, including photography, moving image, sculpture and storytelling

Clara Nakisa

After a recent project on body modification, Nakisa was inspired to mix quotidian objects with the outline of a human figure.