ALONE | Mike Colechin

  Over the last few years my photographic practice has become part of the way I make sense of life – an important creative outlet, which has also become a way of exploring the emotional connections I make with the world around me. As a fairly cerebral...

CONVERGENCE | Valda Bailey

My first visit to Dubai was almost 25 years ago and came about as a consequence of an ill-considered trip to the Maldives. It very quickly became apparent that neither myself, nor my then future husband were the type of people who could happily roost on an island...

THRESHOLD | Alastair Cook

I am not a landscape photographer. I suppose if there’s anything photographic I can do competently it’s take photographs of people – I like a mug shot, me.     It’s a real honour to be asked by ITO to show you something, but I have no landscape series,...

GAP IN THE HEDGE | Dan Wood

Bwlch-y-Clawdd     Loosely based around nostalgia, ‘Gap in the Hedge’ reflects on a journey I used to make with my mother to the Rhondda Valley every saturday when I was a child, to visit family relatives. My daughter and I now regularly make this same...

WARPED TOPOGRAPHIES | Richard Earney

Embarking on a project often results from a belated realisation that the work you’ve been producing has something about it; that links, that has coherence. It is rare that it occurs for me with images more than a few weeks or months old. It was even more...