Tim George I am interested in finding images in everyday life, rather than creating photographs in the studio or elsewhere. I enjoy the challenge of capturing an interesting moment from the infinite potential all around us. My default genre is “street photography”, and my Street Stories series continues to evolve.
Virginia Khuri Virginia holds an MA degree in photography from De Montfort University, is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, and a founder member of London Independent Photography. She co-edits the LIP Journal, and is a regular contributor to Inscape magazine. She participates in both group and solo exhibitions.
Anita Chandra Anita is a London based photographer and her work has been exhibited in various galleries throughout London. Self taught but also studied photography at Central Saint Martins College of Art, London. Her work has been featured in various creative magazines and book publications. Her work encompasses a varied
Krystina Stimakovits Drawn from the peripheries of our everyday surroundings, my images try to explore illusions of appearance and space via juxtapositions and various degrees of abstraction; in between the transparent and the opaque, the gestural and bold, the strange and the familiar. Originally from Vienna, Austria, Krystina has adopted
Simon Taylor I have just completed my photography based degree, for which I was awarded a first class honours. My current work incorporates elements of documentary photography and the questioning of traditional concepts behind street photography. I am now looking to further my work through further exhibitions and collaborations. Simon’s
Mechthild Belton Born in Germany and brought up in Scandinavia I have also lived in Los Angeles, Washington DC and Paris. I worked as a sign writer for many years using computers before being retired. However, photography has always been a passion of mine. I’m interested in shapes, angles, reflections, abstracts
John Chappelow I simply enjoy making pictures. I will photograph almost anything. The technical processes are diverting; the interaction between deception and perception inherent in photography is fascinating; and the possibility of communicating more than the visually evident is intriguing. John’s website