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4 Love In London Photographers To Watch Right Now

  • 4 Love In London Photographers To Watch Right Now

    With Love in London launching again on the 4thFeb, we thought it would be a great time to look back at the last campaign and celebrate the amazing optimism created, as well as highlight the talent in London that it shone a light on. We all love a great photographer. Aside from being fantastic storytellers, their work can light up your Instagram feed. So, here are 4 Love in London photographers to watch right now!

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    • Edd Robertson

    Instagram Handle: @eddrobertson

    Ed Robertson – “Hanging With Dad”

    He won the Love in London category ‘Love Your Community’ (winning photo above) and that should give you a little bit of context about the kind of shots you’ll be treated to. Based in London, he’s described his approach as “I don’t photograph subjects. I photograph the way they make me feel.” You might be asking yourself what evokes these emotions in him, well his talent encompasses street photography, travel, landscape and architecture.Our favourite series of his? Going underground. It perfectly embodies what we think a love in London photographer is all about.

    Check out his website to see more.

     

    • Jevan Chowdhury

    Instagram Handle: @movingcitiesproject

    Jevan Chowdhury - I've Got Your Back

    Jevan Chowdhury – “I’ve Got Your Back”

    A runner up in the Love in London category ‘Love Your Partner’ (photo above) his submission had us all talking and wanting to see more. I’m sure you can see why. This love in London photographer is all about capturing international dancers in real settings and we love it! The striking juxtaposition of the fluidity of dancing against normally out of context cityscapes is really mesmerising. His main medium is film and we highly recommend you check them out too. Aside from being award winning, the stories also stay with you.

    Check out his website to see more.

     

    • Fiona Bailey

    Instagram Handle: @fionabailey

    Fiona-Bailey - "United Pentacostal Church"

    Fiona-Bailey – “United Pentacostal Church”

    A runner up in the Love in London category ‘Love Your Community’ (photo above) Fiona uses her platform as a love in London photographer to go beyond London. As the co-founder of the Shifting Perspectives exhibition, her work has been exhibited all around the world. Her projects tend to be focused on family and community, so it makes all the sense in the world that this is the category that her work shone in. A great project of hers to check out is ‘What we talk about when we talk about dance.’ Beautiful work.

    Check out her website to see more.

     

     

    • Joshua K. Jackson

    Instagram Handle: @joshkjack

    Joshua K. Jackson - "City Kids"

    Joshua K. Jackson – “City Kids”

    He won the Love in London category ‘Love Your Friends’ (winning photo above) with a touching display of friendship in black and white and we can see why. This love in London photographer is based in the city and works in colour (for the most part) so we were lucky to get one of his rare black and white pieces. He’s also worked with some big clients, such as Adobe and Google, as well as having had his work featured in places such as Esquire and TimeOut. We’re quite partial to the neon aspects of his work. Some standout pieces are the photographs he takes in Soho.

    Check out his website to see more.

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    So, there you have it! 4 love in London photographers to watch right now! One of the best parts of the last campaign was getting introduced to such great talent. If you want the chance to have your creativity shared with the city, check out the Love in London photography competition this year!