HeavenMan's innovative works have a surreal edge to them. His simple landscapes when edited transform into dream-like scenes.
Combining many techniques in his practise, Stefan Chabluk uses the editing stage to form his surreal, in-depth photographs.
Surrealist Ricardo Bouyett offers an insight into the mechanics of human identity and personal psychological reflection.
Blackstation's series of black and white images take their subject from a variety of sources, from the urban to nature.
Interiors photographer Simon Maxwell's black and white series were created as a retreat for his own personal satisfaction.
Winner of the London Photo Festival 2014, Mark Heathcote's work offers a unique perspective on daily aspects of urban life.
David Copithorne's perspective on the medium of collage and his technique hopes to evoke notions of travel and wanderlust.
Ross Cooper's images are rooted in nature and landscape photography, and highlight nature in all it's glory.
India Lawton's work evokes feelings of the psychological, really forming a spiritual bond with her audience.
Ron Evans' residence in the countryside of Staffordshire provides inspiration for his abstracted and Impressionistic works.
The aim of digital designer Dora Kontha's work is to highlight a sense of restlessness and wanderlust in her audience.
Art director Ginger Gentili's work is her take on conceptual portraiture, taking inspiration from literature and fashion.
Simon Bray's broad range of skills allow him to lend his talents to landscape photography - producing stunning results.
Anna Tea's experimental style evokes themes of the political, the psychological and personal conflict.
Gabriela Iancu works with a range of mediums to create her works, with the aim to evoke emotions concerning self-discovery.
Metin Demiralay combines colour and beauty in his works, highlighting the softness and inherent femininity of women.