I’m In A Serious Relationship With My Food

I’m in a Serious Relationship with My Food is a series that highlights the basic necessity and the infinite complexities relating to the human being’s profound connection to food.  With an unsettling air, these photos capture excess, insanity, privilege and options.  I wanted to make the scenes overwhelming, intimate and perverted, forcing the viewer into...

Women In Menswear: Katie Eary

In conversation with Katie Eary, it is easy to see that she is just as, if not more, audacious than her riotous collections. Characterised by an unabashed charisma and a snappy wit, Katie Eary ushers in a new kind of menswear — one that is reinvented through a cheeky mix of bold prints and the...

Science Fiction Is For White People

The concept of science fiction was built for white people; it took off near the start of the Industrial Revolution and age of Enlightenment in Europe. Scifi is then a very Eurocentric box, though The Arabian Nights and other folklore may contain elements of scifi. Scifi is an expansion, along with technology, in the human...

PARIS, ESSEX, TEXAS

PARIS, ESSEX, TEXAS is a satirical expression loosely based on the Film “Paris, Texas” and follows “Candy Sue” and her lover “Jae” through their first initial love to a more damaging unrequited love. I have portrayed these images to try and seem like their movie stills and have sequenced the images in reverse order to...

Laura’s Last Days In Twin Peaks

Laura’s Last Days in Twin Peaks is a homage to David Lynch’s TV masterpiece, shot in the mountains of North Wales in all vintage wear – we get Lewis Vaughn’s personal interpretation of how Fire Walk With Me.   Photography & Styling: Lewis Vaughan, Model: Hannah Draisey, Massive thanks to Joanne Chamberline at “Only Joe Barmouth”...

Royal Family

Having A Mastectomy At 25

Like too many young girls I spent my adolescence and early 20s plagued with insecurity and low self esteem. Anxious, depressed and barely eating; I hated myself. With goals of working in fashion, my ample bosom felt like a curse. I lost count of the number of times friends, family and strangers (?!) told me...

American Wet Dream

I started this series off taking photos of my friends. I love that intimacy you can have with someone. No walls are put up no fronts just themselves. As a photographer I open myself up and bare-all to people I am shooting, as a result, I capture their natural vulnerable response. I try to connect...

Nothing Sweeter

Nothing tastes better than putting down sexist men, as shown in Ona Greenberg’s monthly comic. Exploring the sweeter side of life shouldn’t be accompanied by any bitter remarks. Comic: Ona Greenberg  

I Eat Dogs

This collage series by Sophie Keith invokes visions of movement and the visceral to explore female sexuality, as physically layered as it is metaphorically. Art: Sophie Keith

Pigtails And Poppadoms

Stories about the coolness of my hair, my food, and my culture. As a brown girl born and raised in Bangkok, pigtails were a permanency growing up. They were easy for my mother and my myriad of aunties to quickly weave together. They would melodically repeat the same phrase over and over again, that pigtails...

Don’t Call Us A Girl Band

“Girl bands” don’t want to be called “girl bands”, and it utterly perplexes me. Last December, I put out an open casting call for a “girl band” of my own. I posted self-made flyers around my uni’s music building. My desperation to create a band came in A4-paper form: “BASSIST LOOKING TO FORM ALL-FEMALE GARAGE-PUNK...