In the third instalment of our series on Oodee’s POV Female: Johansberg, we take a look at Alexia Webster’s series Hogsback.

Born in Johannesburg, Webster’s documentary photography explores [...]

In the 3rd series Oodee's of POV Female, we are taken to Johannesburg where five young female photographers are being championed for their unpublished work. Kicking off our appraisal is Tracy Edser and her project, Window Rwanda, documenting [...]


Place And is a collaborative project between American photographer Suzanna Zak, London publisher Fourteen Nineteen and risograph specialist printing house, Hato Press.

The collection of works draws from Suzanna Zak's habitual entering and passing [...]

The snapshot has had a long and successful journey within contemporary photography. With the advent of instant imagery, aesthetic trends, subject matter and the identity of photography itself underwent a rapid transformation- not [...]


Courts is the first published book by Ward Roberts. It is a reflection on the photographer's childhood. Born in Australia and moving to Hong Kong where he spent most of his childhood, Roberts grew up playing sport. In Courts, Roberts focuses on empty [...]