Top TRIPs 2017

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The Knot
Photographer Danielle Madeley explores a tumultuous relationship with community in the county of Staffordshire.
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Glasgow Fashion Week
Visual artist, Trackie McLeod’s candid look at Glasgow’s party people.
(Click here to see McLeod's original feature)


Sex Site
Exploring the Internet’s impact on Britain’s “alternative” sexual lifestyles with photographer, Joshua T Gibbons.
(Click here to see Gibbons' original feature)


Burbs Babes
Photographer, BrothTarn's on-going portrait series captures females wearing Burberry.
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Emma Williams
Emma Williams’ all-seeing lens captures everyday London.
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Yellow Pages
Photographer Louis Higgins captures the night-time allure of public telephone boxes in the city of Bristol.
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The Undercroft
A new book by photographer, Ryan Munday captures the skaters and brutalist architecture of Southbank Centre’s ‘Undercroft’.
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Behind The Scenes
“The concentration of sexual fluids is more powerful than oxygen” – behind the scenes at a Chinese nightclub by Ukrainian photographer, Sergey Melnitchenko.
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Non-Cisgender
Photographer Connor Egan explores diversity of gender identity in a series of portraits of transgender, agender, genderfluid and non-binary youth.
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Whitehawk
Photographer Jack Fleming explores masculine stereotypes and identity in Whitehawk, Brighton.
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From Farm Boys To City Kids
Photographer Finnegan Travers documents friendship in a series of intimate portraits shot between Devon and London.
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Through The Stations
Gabriela Gleizer explores Jerusalem’s cultural and religious diversity in a series of portraits shot between stations of The Light Train.
(Click here to see Gleizer's original feature)


99 Peace Walls
Josh Adam Jones’ ongoing photo series depicts Belfast, Northern Ireland’s Irish communities.
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In Brutal Presence
Documentary photographer, Nicola Muirhead captures the residents of Trellick Tower – a social housing estate in London’s wealthiest borough.
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Province
Kiev photographer, Nazar Furyk’s ongoing series captures the hedonistic youth of Ukraine’s provinces.
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