The city of Gary, Indiana is an abandoned, desolate place, one of the most dangerous in the United States. Amongst the decay and the danger photographer Matthew Smith documents a city in crisis.
As England's capital gets swallowed by property developers and soulless restaurant chains, photographer Theo McInnes has been documenting South London's quiet resistance.
When photographer Dan Sully found himself in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, he stumbled on an unexpected Christian tradition in the Danube's frozen waters.
San Juan Del Sur is a surfing paradise, in and out of the water.
Photographer Matt Moran digs beneath the surface at the world’s largest greenhouse complex, where poverty stricken migrant workers face a battle for equality.
Photographer Dan Kendall explores the Romanian coastal village of Vama Veche, a once vibrant resort now searching for a future and identity.
Photographer Corey Frank immerses himself in Taghazout, Morocco’s number one surfing destination, finding a world bursting with colour and vibrancy.
Located halfway between Norway and the North Pole, the desolate archipelago of Svalbard is the northernmost settlement in the world with a permanent civilian population.
Photographer Mark Leaver is captivated by Varanasi, where Hindu pilgrims flock to bathe in the sacred waters of the river Ganges and to die.
New York-based street photographer Hiroyuki Ito returns to his native Japan to discover the island of Hokkaido by train, hoping to capture an element of Japan’s future in traces of its past.
Native Americans have come together in a historic protest against a North Dakota Oil pipeline that threatens sacred tribal lands. These are their faces.
The Armenian Genocide of 1915 saw 1.5 million people systematically killed by the Ottoman Empire, and later the Turkish state. Daniel Gansen, an Armenian-German photographer, headed to the country to see what scars have been left.