Emma Toma is an American photographer. Since moving to London, she has developed a deep appreciation for her native landscape and its people. A creative journey led to her ongoing project entitled Bare Boned – a documentary project that developed in reaction to the death of Toma’s grandfather. In the series, set in Missouri, she attempts to confront themes of loss, closure and the complexity of home life and family dynamics.
Zheng Fang’s work is about indifference to history. The photographer shot a place in Western China called Oil Town. Now, it’s just ruins.
Vanessa Endeley was born and raised in Lagos. Her individual portraits are brought to life using a lot of colour, and are often obscured by blindfolds.