Jade Carr-Daley was two weeks into her photography course when she found out she was pregnant. Her ongoing project documents her transition from student to caregiver
Cíara Hillyer has spent her life in and out of hospitals. For her, they are a space of comfort and peace, where she can be vulnerable – feelings she captures in her delicate project, Breathing Space.
Laura Foster’s collaboration with a florist friend is based on an unexpected and long-hidden bond: that they have grown up supporting mothers living with substance abuse
“One day I thought I was God’s chosen one. The next day, I was Satan,” says Sari Soininen. Six years on, the photographer reveals her experience in a book that “sealed the process of healing”
“The effects of fracking have long-term consequences: I wasn’t going to be able to document them in a traditional way”
“People might not have a lot, but they will give you what they can. That’s true of so many Irish people. They’re a very warm and friendly and welcoming people. They will tell you stories and their lives and give you their time.” Josh Adam Jones, a student at the University of West England, Bristol, developed his project 99 Peace Walls whilst volunteering at Belfast’s photo festival this summer. The youth of the city helped him to understand the divides that are still ingrained into the culture there, and how, in spite of this, there is a warm community to be found throughout the city.