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Sean Moss
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Ewen Spencer

A photographer, film maker and publisher from Brighton. When he left university there was no Internet so the popular medium was still magazines. Magazines had a large influence on sub-cultures that it could often effect music, culture and fashion. He decided to photograph the world around him; focusing on youth culture. This mostly involved images from parties, raves and the garage scenes that he went to. Spencer then went to magazine publications like Sleaze Nation and The Face where they employed him to attend raves and take images of the garage scene, teens and sex for their back pages to emphasize fashion.
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There aren't many digital copies of many family photos but this one is very close to me as we are all cousins and have always been very close. However due to personal and family choices we weren't able to see each other for around 5 years. This just shows how we have grown up and changed.
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I talked to the gentleman on the left not long ago. He is a traveller with a fair. I asked him if he enjoyed traveling and working with his friends and family. He loved it but when there's a loss of life, it cuts deep. Recently his best friend died to cancer. The funeral was quick and abrupt because the fair had to move. The whole experience taught him to appreciate every moment and live life to the fullest. "Life to short" is his writing. Thats what he now believes.
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This image was taken a little while ago but it represents me perfectly. I don't think I would want to show my true self in any other way. After being put through therapy for over 2 years. I got discharged and found that I was very different. I struggle to recognize my emotions and register emotions of others if they're not obviously clear. Often leaving me in awkward situations, unable to voice my opinion because I'm unsure about my own thought, unable to have any sort of connection to someone or confused about what was said or done. 
I feel like I've lost a part of me that makes me individual and I'm constantly trying to figure out who I am, how I feel and where I really fit in.
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I barely ever get to see my Nan who lives alone in an elderly residence cul-de-sac. This shows the distance I have with her. It symbolizes saying goodbye and having to leave her again.
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