Liv Sanderson is a photography student whose primary interests lie within the heart of the photography studio where she uses portraiture to examine the representation of women as well as aspects of fashion; she also conducts portraiture in outdoor settings where she able to connect nature to the subject. Recent explorations in the area of sport photography have resulted work with York City FC and the York St John basketball team. Sanderson’s aim is to produce images with a narrative which best describes her subjects and portrays them in a light that best represents them.
Sjon Barnes explores “Non-Places”, which he defines as a space that, without humanity or the idea of capitalism, would cease to exist.
Molly Leigh’s work explores gothic horror themes of the monstrous, isolation and the occult, with focus on relationships between characters.