Gillian Hyland

Gillian Hyland describes herself as an image maker and a story-teller, personally composing every aspect of her supernatural staged images. Her sensational photographs are presented as film stills depicting characters in human dramas and suggesting a larger narrative within the single, captured moment.

Helmut Grill

Austrian artist, Helmut Grill works with digital photography, composing his pictures from a myriad of individual motifs, found pieces of varying origins.  Grill’s series ‘Temples’ ponders the changing nature of religion in the modern world, combining interiors of places of worship with symbols of consumer culture, logos of famous luxury brands.

Jenny Boot

Dutch artist, Jenny Boot, started her artistic career as a painter, but soon realised photography was an even more precise medium to express her feelings, a language that gave her more control in translating her vision into images.

John Stoddart

John Stoddart is renowned for his intimate portraits of celebrities on the cusp of fame.   A self-taught photographer whose career has spanned three decades, Stoddart works have featured in the likes of the New York Times, Vanity Fair and French and Italian Vogue.

Massimo Listri

Listri travels his native Italy and the world with his camera, photographing grand interior spaces both iconic and unexpected.  His large-scale colour prints invite viewers into the settings he frames; these include ancient castles, villas, palaces, gardens, libraries, convents, monasteries, and universities.