Sophy Holden’s practice is centred in aesthetic narrative – she is a storyteller who references poetry and visual narrative. At the intersection of street, portrait and landscape photography, the work is expressed through a consistent, highly-stylised editing process. Key themes include mental health, femininity and masculinity. Holden’s aim is to represent the filmic in a new format, through unique style of working “as a method of tying all of the work together through a conscious, visual narrative thread.”
Carmen Reichman’s work challenges how we see the world around us and how we tell stories. She is interested in what it means to relay information.
Adam Roberts works between Glasgow and London. His multidisciplinary work queers the photographic medium through playful acts of trickery.