A young lady who is a keen actor and dancer, with a particular passion for ballet having had lessons since she was three, and likes nothing more than long walks with her three year old labrador, meeting up with friends, or having a cosy evening inside watching a film with her family. On the face of it, that could the description of any normal 18 year old, but Grace Bland is not your normal young adult.
Whilst it can become encompassing to divulge into debate about the sound of Mauvey’s music or dissecting the approach he has to the release of it, energy would be better spent listening to the message cascaded through each and every single or extended play, both lyrically and in mood.
“For me photography is all about the lines between reality and somewhere beyond. A picture can be amazingly authentic yet transport the viewer to a world separate from their own, somewhere the imagination can really take hold.” – Harriet Brown
“I live for those moments of absolute bliss and candidness. I strive to not pose and just be a fly on the wall. It’s pretty cliche, but if you look at a photo and you have some sort of emotion while looking at it, that’s a great photo.” – Jordan Knight
“From time to time an artist will recognise me from a previous gig or meeting and smile, point or pose at me for a second or two. Nobody else in the audience knows it, but myself and the artist have a moment just between us.” – Mark Cavill
“I was surrounded by photography from an early age, both my mum and dad were hobby photographers, and I was inspired by the beautiful landscape images they could capture. They certainly influenced me most.” – Tony Palmer
“I enjoy creating moments for viewers to look back on. With most of my work being in live music photography, I always strive to create images that will give feelings of excitement as if you were there.” – Mike Danenberg
“A great picture is simply one that makes you feel something. It’s easy to take a nice photo, but harder to take one that actually elicits emotion.” – Alex Fountain
“A great photograph not only stops you in your tracks but also leaves an emotional footprint well after the initial viewing.” – Jonathan Peterson, photographer