With a client list that includes Carolina Herrera, Ignant, Nike, VSCO, Donna Karan, Moda Operandi, Schön Magazine, Vogue and Teeth, Whitney Hayes is a fashion photographer passionate about capturing the defining moments of humanity – driven by mood as a compositional element. Searching for emotion within a landscape of disconnect, Hayes purveys youth and beauty through a range of projects from backstage and runway to editorial. Aside from her interests in contemporary visual culture, Whitney is also an activist in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease, raising awareness and affecting change through an in-depth portrait project. Providing glimpses into the complexities of memory, time and the singular physical experience, the following works cast an eye over our place within nature as a land of light and shadows – deep forestry and open pathways depict larger depths within the psyche.
Working in both photography and filmmaking, Robert Harding Pittman questions the difference between what is deemed to be nature and what is natural. Through his image-work he considers the contrast between manmade constructions and organic growth, exploring whether humanity controls and interrupts evolution or is just part of the process.
Gursky: A Kaleidoscopic Vision
“I only pursue one goal: the encyclopedia of life.” Urban, global, local or commercial, a unique form of photography delves into the contemporary world.