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 journey, over...

WHITE WHALE | Robert Darch

  The White Whale is a series of colour photographs taken in the south west of England. The title of the series takes its inspiration from the novel Moby Dick by Herman Melville, a tale of one man’s obsessive quest to hunt a mythical white whale. In the novel, the...

JOE | by Chris Friel

INTRODUCTION When we first formed the Inside the Outside collective we had a clear vision of the type of photographic work we as a group were ourselves driven to create and the work of others we wanted to share. Paraphrasing from our collective’s statement...

ELUTRIATE | Kathleen Donohoe

Elutriate: To purify, separate, or remove by washing. To purify by straining.     I am in the back seat of my father’s car. I am sitting next to the window. My elbow is digging into the arm rest and I am pressed firmly against the door. No one in my family is...

NOTES FROM THE SOUTH WEST | Iain Sarjeant

Having explored Scotland extensively over the years, the South West of Argyll & Bute remained the only large area I’d never visited. Notes from the South West follows a ‘road trip’ through the area over 5 days in 2016. My journey took me southwest to Oban, down...