Photographer Chris Lagares returns to his hometown of Rochester, NY – a small city overlooking Lake Ontario – to shoot the public markets and local communities of his childhood.
Cole Giordano heads to the lesser-explored corners of rural Japan, from the crystal clear creeks of Jinba Falls to the ghostly shrines of Fujiyoshida.
Abandoned parks and mountain treks: photographer Conor Rollins escapes the tourist spots and explores the derelict outskirts of the Bosnian capital.
Writer and photographer Kate Eshelby explores the rural depths of the hermit kingdom, travelling through its jungles, beaches, and giant granite peaks.
18-year-old student Sean Hawkey returns to the country of his birth – often called the most violent place in the world – for a new photo series.
Photographer Lorena Endara shoots the freeways, businesses, and housing projects of Boyle Heights for her latest photo series, LA (Latin America) Dreams.
Photographer Conor Rollins heads to Sreepur – an NGO-run project that helps Bangladeshi women and children build a better life for themselves.
Photographer Heather McCutcheon travels across the USA for her latest photo project, capturing the country’s most breathtaking natural wonders.
Barcelona-based photographer Griselda Duch captures the dreamlike sunsets of Menorca for her latest photo series.
Photographer Mehdi Hasan travels to the mountains of Darjeeling, the underground temples of Hempi, and the burning banks of Varanasi.
Located in the depths of the Chapada Diamantina National Park, Vale do Pati is nearly a days walk from wi-fi, hot water, and human civilization.
‘Split 3’ is a large, concrete complex built during the ’70s and ’80s. Now, it stands as a symbol of the city’s communist history.