Joe Bogar is a South Coast street photographer based in sleepy Hayling Island
Gaining qualifications at the Berkshire College of Art and Design, Joe was quick to join the world of photojournalism, having pictures featuring in National and local newspapers.
Using his camera he pursues themes which attempt to show the national identity of Britain and the everyday mundane life of the British people in their leisure activities.
Heavily influenced by Tony Ray Jones and Chris Steele-Perkins he follows in the tradition of street and documentary photography fascinated by the routines, rituals of the British at play.
Often travelling to the across Britain to the cities, towns and coastal locations Joe is always on the lookout to work on interesting projects and collaborations.