Chris J Roe is a photographer based in Hampshire (UK). His recent project (and photobook) Shadows documents his “struggle with depression in an attempt to visually present the inner workings” of his mind.
Alice Guardado is a photographer currently based in Houston, Texas. Through photography, she is able to express her experiences to others that might be going through similar complications. Her project Gone was made in response to her parents separation, forcing her to be confronted with memories and recollections leading to emotional instability and anxiety.
Mafalda Rakoš is a photographer based in Vienna, Austria, focusing primarily on social issues and their impact on the protagonists’ realities of life. Her project I want to disappear is an in-depth and touching account of those affected by eating disorders.
Clary Estes is a photojournalist from Kentucky, USA. Her work does not merely document a story straight on; rather, it analyses and re-analyses the story over the course of months and years to show the dynamic and complex nature of the stories we live. Her work My Diaspora is an attempt to understand her life split in two, the life she lives now and the memories that still feel so real to her.
Giacomo Fierro is an Italian photographer specialising in landscape and photo reportage. Through his projects he investigates the ever-changing relationship between man and landscape and the traces he leaves in it.