In London, England:
Celia Topping’s photograph of her family is enjoying its last few days on display for the British Journal of Photography’s nationwide “Portrait of Britain” exhibition. The BJP chose just 100 winning portraits to display across screens on streets, roadsides, and public transportation facilities across the country, showing off the life and diversity of the country’s people.
The portrait is one of my family, with baby Ned just seven days old. Paul, my partner, is about to change his nappy, while our older son, Woody, looks on.
See more photography from Celia at celiatopping.com.
In Brooklyn, New York:
Yechiel Orgel just wrapped the first of many shoots for Flexon Eyewear, an innovative eyewear design by Marchon. Yechiel will be working with the brand on a monthly basis to produce continuous still life content for their social media.
See more photography from Yechiel at yechielorgel.com.
In Omaha, Nebraska:
Scott Drickey is working with musician Marcey Yates on a project called Free Cool. The project takes shape as an online magazine that will include photography as well as a video series, with Scott photographing and directing. With this project, Scott and Marcey aim to share the idea of escaping societal and internal expectations of self, or freeing oneself from being “cool.” Each issue spotlights a different person who is defining their path independent of expectation and pressure. The first spotlight features Hip Hop artist, JCrum.
See more photography from Scott at scottdrickey.com.