Danny Day is a fine art photographer who through his background in healthcare and through his own experiences uses photography to explore and express the complexity and difficulties of mental illness.
Zoe Amanda Jackson is a London based photographer with a keen interest in still life photography and exploring mental health issues within her practice, particularly social anxiety.
In Traces 17 multidisciplinary artists explore who we have been, where we are now and who we would like to be.
Leanne Surfleet is a UK based photographer dealing with themes of loneliness, nostalgia, anxiety & light through analogue photography.
In his work ‘Isolation’ Morgan Cable attempts to convey his experiences of anxiety and his feelings of being alone.
Matthew Lees is a BA Photography graduate from Cumbria University, 2016. In Therapy. 2 Lees explores the conflict of living with anxiety.
In Jasmine Blanchard’s series she aims to illustrate the feelings of anxiety to bring greater understanding and awareness to the disorder.
Claire White is a 22 year old from Scotland, currently completing her BA in Photography at Edinburgh Napier University. She has a passion for creating projects that evoke a reaction from her audience.
Annabella Esposito is a photographer highly influenced by states of mind, mental health stigma and the use of materials in both portraits & self portraits.
Dan Wood’s video piece, Hypnagogia, consists of black and white hand printed photographs that predict a post-apocalyptic world, representing his anxieties and insomnia.