Tag : photography

In The Middle With: Cassandra Joseph

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Featured on PhotoVogue Italia in May 2018, Leeds-based photographer, Cassandra Joseph, garnered recognition for her breathtaking visual styling. In this issue, we gain an insight into the creative mind behind the eye. At which age did you begin to create the content that you do now? I was around 18 when … Read More

In Pictures: Live at Leeds Festival 2018 by Day

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Live at Leeds 2018 saw a plethora of bands and artists taking to the many stages of Leeds on a day of musical celebration. We sent Online Music Editor Clare along to snap some photos of the day. Superorganism, The Independent Stage at Stylus Peace, Leeds Festival Stage at O2 … Read More

Selfies: Art or Millennial Narcissism?

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The newly-opened California Museum of Selfies places an ostentatious pinpoint on the timeline of the digital age, marking the moment where the selfie is treated with artistic respect. This exhibit allows visitors to explore the selfie right back to its 40,000 year-old roots and contains primarily interactive instalments that reinforce … Read More

Morrissey Blends Old and New Tracks in FDA Headlining Slot, 24/2

8 months ago / 0 comments

Tickets for this gig went on sale at 10am on my 21st birthday, so like the die-hard Morrissey fan I am, I was up and ready with plenty of time to spare. However, at precisely 10am the website crashed and tickets sold out in 30 seconds. I could picture Morrissey … Read More

The Many Faces of Leeds: ‘Now Then’ Photography Exhibition

9 months ago / 0 comments

‘Now Then’ is a sensitively produced photography exhibition. The exhibition explores a convergence of past and present and plays on the Yorkshire vernacular greeting “now then.” The photographic subjects are elderly Yorkshire residents. The elderly generation are becoming increasingly vulnerable to loneliness and social isolation. This exhibition gives a voice … Read More

The Night Cafe are “set to become an indie staple”, Chapel review 25/01

10 months ago / 0 comments

Tuesday saw up and coming indie-pop band The Night Café return to Leeds, except this time to headline their own show in the intimate Chapel. Hailing from Liverpool myself, it is hard not to feel a sense of pride as the four young scouse lads filled the venue with an … Read More

No Man’s Land: WW1 Through A Different Lens

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As the status of women becomes even more paramount, particularly within the creative industries, the present touring exhibition at Impressions Gallery in Bradford arrived at the appropriate time. No Man’s Land is a unique and rare glimpse into the First World War from the female perspective. The exhibition offers photographic … Read More

The Digital Era of Photos: How to Make Memories Last?

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11,523. The number of photos on the camera roll of my phone. What’s that number on your phone? How many of them are near-identical, just taken to ensure the perfect shot? Today we are carefree with photography, not just on our phones but even with our cameras. We take hundreds … Read More