Vikram Harish is a London-based photographer. He is currently working on several short and long-term projects.
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James Carmichael is a carpenter by day, photographer by day off.
James has been taking photographs for the last two or three years with a Conon EOS 5D MK 111 and is hooked.
Particularly likes street and portraits. Anything that has either a strong narrative or just looks fab.READ MORE...
Cristina Dale is a visual artist, working primarily with the medium of photography. Her work focuses on the hidden and covert ways surveillance is conducted in today’s society. After graduating with an MA in Photography from Kingston University, with a body of work entitled Dataveillance, she continues to create work related to mass data gathering and digital tracking. She aims to make visible the intrusion and violence of modern day surveillance.
Sousveillance is a new series of images she has created to highlight aerial surveillance captured by satellite imagery. By turning our gaze towards the sky, she confronts us with the silent but every present devices that continually capture and monitor our lives.READ MORE...
Kim Stockley is a Las Vegas born amateur photographer living in Norfolk, England. Kim has a passion for photographing African wildlife in their natural habitat. Her Africa Collective exhibit consists of images taken in South Africa over the past six years.
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Sophie is an art dealer, she likes traveling to the remote places of the world and meeting primitive tribes.READ MORE...
The Africa Edit by Clairelize Photography
Claire Elizabeth is an established photographer based in South West London.
This collection steps away from Claire Elizabeth’s traditional style of work and focuses on stripped back and simple imagery, allowing the subject to breathe. These images are part of a larger collection that were captured on a trip across Tanzania, starting in Lake Manyara and ending in the Serengeti. The objective of this collection it to offer an alternative take on traditional wildlife photography, by removing colour and focusing on texture, habits and personality.READ MORE...
Sandra was born and raised in Zimbabwe. Growing up surrounded by the luxuries of the African bush, Sandra developed a passion for animal conservation and later photography.
Photography has taken Sandra down many paths, yet her biggest passion is Africa and photographing the beauties it has to offer as well as conveying a message about the demise of the Big Five (Elephants, Rhino, Lion, Buffalo and Leopard)
Having a close connection with people involved in the every day protection of these majestic animals, the Rhino has become Sandra’s next big project.
Highlighting the plight of these animals, wanting to bring even more attention to the seriousness of poaching and how it is decimating a species.
The selection of images for this project will be titled – “Lost Identity” indicative of the theme.
The hope is that people around the world continue to make a stand against Poaching.
Do not let the existence of an animal be a mere memory in an image, let it be an ever lasting life for generations to come.