Photographer Amanda Holdom captures the social and economic change in Druids Heath, a community shaped by modern gentrification – “Having been raised on an estate myself, I can relate to a lot of the stereotypes – I care for the people, and how they are represented.”Read more "Amanda Holdom’s Druids Heath"
The death of the seaside provoked a loss of identity, as Essex in Massey’s words became “London’s dumping grump”.
Massey’s Essex Chronicles seeks to reclaim this identity through a geo-photographical approach.Read more "Essex Chronicles: Mark Massey’s Essex"
Photographer Andrew Johnston captures the shifting political landscape in modern Northern Ireland and the importance of community within that – “I want my photography to be real. I feel a connection with working class photography.”Read more "Fragmentation and Patriotism: Andrew Johnston’s Northern Ireland Perspective"