Tory Island

Art / Documentary

Photography: Cian Oba-Smith Tory Island is located 9 miles of the coast of Donegal in Northern Ireland, with a population of just 96. It relies mainly on tourism as its once plentiful fishing resources have now been protected by strict sustainability legislation, preventing it from being a viable source for the residents survival. This has resulted in the majority of the younger […]

Maxwell Clements

/ Interview

Photography: Maxwell Clements Text: Anna Sanders Tufts of hair sprout through pink fabric; baby blue war paint sits slicked across cheek bones; ivy and petals adorn clothes and cover eyes. Maxwell Clement’s photographed world is a playful, colourful one; stripped back and desaturated, but no less compelling for it. The simplicity of his props and the […]

Horse Track Portraits

Art / Series

Photography: Justin Clifford Rhody “Only chance is fair” –Frederick Sommer Although I don’t particularly get a rise from gambling in itself, there’s something mysteriously endearing about an environment in which “the numbers” are against you and an impractical belief in luck functions as the major impetus of operations. The horse track is a traffic jam of individualised belief systems […]

The Time of Dreaming the World Awake

Art / Series

Photography: Yvette Monahan The Time of Dreaming the World Awake is a portrait of a place, a landscape of possibility. This photographic body of work is based in a small region in Southern France. I was drawn there initially by the story of Bugarach, the ‘magic’ mountain. Bugarach was somehow connected to a Mayan prophecy which […]


/ Interview

Photography: Henry Gorse Styling: Patricia Villirillo Interview: Leonie Volk Bridget Sojourner sees the world through the eyes of a child: there is always a lot to explore with adventures waiting just around the corner. Her age doesn’t play a role in this: Sojourner is a proud 76 year old. An activist all her life, she has […]