25th September 2018Featured, Heroinic Stories

Vanessa Fairfax-Woods

The most important role of my work is the sense of fun and play. Women are often encouraged into roles of mothers, lovers, daughters etc. What I try and create in my work is a place for women to have fun, let go and play....

25th September 2018Featured, Heroinic Stories

Kathryn Robinson

I have been an enthusiastic photographer since the age of 6, when my father handed me his camera to take his photograph. When the result came back, perfectly framed, my reward was a camera of my own the following Christmas....

20th September 2018Featured, Heroinic Stories

Elena Helfrecht

Elena Helfrecht was born in Germany and is based in London. In 2014 she graduated in Art History and Book Science at Friedrich-Alexander-University in Erlangen and is enrolled in the Master’s Programme of Photography at the Royal...

18th September 2018Featured, Heroinic Stories

Wendy Aldiss

The Second World War marked the bloodiest period in the bloodiest century of recorded history, with ordinary men and women finding themselves caught up in conflicts often thousands of miles away from their homes....

13th September 2018Featured, Heroinic Stories

Carol Allen Storey

“My images are intimate, about issues and citizens I deeply care about. I believe photographs may not be capable of doing the moral work for us, but they can trigger the process of social consciousness.” ...

8th September 2018Featured, Heroinic Stories

Carmen Perrin

Carmen Perrin, also known as Miss Absolutely Alice, is an enormous advocate for humanity! Firmly believing that every person has something to contribute to the world, a new idea to bring to the table that could make their community...

2nd September 2018Featured, Heroinic Stories

Nancy Sumner

Through her phone, Nancy captures scenes of beauty and the everyday lives of her children and grandchildren that she wouldn’t otherwise be able to see with the limits of her naked eye....

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