Jake's account of his trip across North and Central America was always going to be a visual endeavour, for the first (published) time he's employed words as a means of articulating his experience. If you are brave (and patient) enough to embark on its reading, you’ll be rewarded with the realisation that sometimes powerful pictures speak even louder when accompanied by a few (10) thousand words.
In questions of art and commerce, the words of 17th century French philosopher, Joseph Joubert still ring true: “Ask the young, they know everything”.
Pain, a basic yet emotive human instinct designed to ensure our survival can often make surviving a death sentence of its own.
There is nothing like the sweet, latent promise of good times; the tickle of butterflies in your stomach, the extravagant ideas about where the evening will take you, or with whom.
A collection of images taken in Greece over 2016 and 2017 documenting the polarity in human experience in a country which is both a global tourism hotspot and a nexus of the European refugee crisis.
When habits vary or trends fade, we’re not always aware of the change. Tastes may shift, but there is still a finality to them. We just may not notice the transition.
An audacious haircut has repeatedly played catalyst to unchartered career opportunities and, for some, even personal growth. Nicole Bentley And Rosie Tupper ring in Edition No. 6, GOING PLACES, with 'The Chop'.
Venture down the rabbit hole and see legendary film and theatre icon, Barry Otto, as you’ve never quite seen him before…
Technology has changed the meaning of influence. Where it was once the verb of inspiration, the burst of wind that propels one into changing course, the strike of a match starting a fire otherwise un-tindered; influence is now a currency.