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fLIP43: Youth

Published July 2019 – Front Cover Image Candice Mante Download this issue

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02. Editor’s Note
08. Feature: Skins by Elle Godfree
16. Feature: Accumulate by Maurice Cumber
24. Feature: The acquisition of photographic knowledge by Mercedes Baptiste Halliday
34. Feature: My Dancing Star by Bergina Leka
40. Feature: The Winds of Change by Nicola Morley
44. Gallery: Youth
54. Exhibition Highlights
58. LIP members: events, workshops, exhibitions
60. Satellite Group: West Wickham
62. Book Review



Elle Godfree
Elle Godfree (born in Essex, 1996) is a London-based photographer who studied BA Photography at London Metropolitan University. She works primarily with analogue, creating projects with themes of representation of the working class through photography. She published her book “UK SKINS” in May 2019.

Marice Cumber
Marice is the founder and director of Accumulate. She previously established specialist enterprise and intellectual property advice services for creative students and practitioners and now works at Ravensbourne University London, who are partners in Accumulate.
Mercedes Baptiste Halliday

Bergina Leka
Emotions are essential to my creativity, and I pour them into artistic outlets. By making art, I am exploring my own story and experiences, making meaning of them, achieving some catharsis, and inspiring or comforting others.

Nicola Morley
Based in London and rural Lancashire, my practice focuses on identity, place and time.  Those quirky rituals that we all employ, each one a trace of our reality, make us independently and collectively who we are.

With thanks also to Zaineb Abelque , Jasper White, Charley Zen, Zelda Cheatle and Paul Halliday


Kathryn Alkins
Based in London, Kathryn bought her first digital camera five years ago and has since worked to improve her photography in a variety of situations. She currently enjoys exploring I.C.M. to convey mood and atmosphere in familiar settings.

Heloise Bergman
Héloise is a visual storyteller and photographer, who specialises in environmental portraits and visual brand identity. Her artist practice includes book making and alternative processes, which she also teaches.

Anne Crabbe
Photographer and enthusiastic member of the LIP Ruislip group.

CJ Crosland
CJ Crosland is a self-taught photographer who is inspired by whatever experiences life brings: seeking to capture their intense and complex individual experience. Their work has been described as exploratory, introspective, poetic and powerful.

Sophie Djorkaeff
Sophie Djorkaeff is a French London-based photographer with a particular focus on social documentary. She’s been exploring through photography and writing, subjects like identity, culture and memory. She tries to questioning the use of the medium in a time where all is exposed and nothing is really seen.

Ray Knox
Ray is a London-based photographer, specialising in portraiture and social documentary.
He studied Graphic Design at the University of Ulster and has worked as an advertising art director for over 25 years.

Candice Mante
Candice is a self-taught photographer who enjoys telling stories using pictures. She prefers being behind the lens and making people the focus of attention. Feel free to check out her work

Geraint Roberts
I am a freelance photographer based in London. My main interests are architectural and people photography. The image in this issue was taken at the Extinction Rebellion protest at Oxford Circus last April.

Sandra Roberts
Sandra Roberts is an outdoor photographer who enjoys documenting the ever-changing and various environments around her. Her urban photography captures the fleeting moments when people pass her by, or in the stillness of scenes that pique her interest.

Bex Saunders
Bex Saunders is a 23 year-old multi award winning artist from the South of England. She specialises in conceptual work, with an emphasis on self-portraits. You can follow her work @bexsaundersphotography on Instagram.

Mal Woolford
Mal photographs both as a personal journal and to create exploratory sequences. Shooting only on film, he collaborates widely. Recent projects include the gallery exhibition ‘still still far wide’ [2018] developed with the support of the artist community in Dover, Kent.

Astrid Zweynert
I explore urban landscapes, materiality and people in my photography, and the interplay of flux and permanence. After three decades as a news journalist, I’m studying for an MA in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Editor Amanda Eatwell
Deputy Editor Tim Butcher
Contributing Editor Ingrid Newton
Artwork and Layout Anita Chandra