Elephant Gun Collective

I am spending some time as a guest curator with the guys at ELEPHANT GUN COLLECTIVE I was really pleased to be asked as I have been a fan of the work that they do since I found them on instagram. I have a very real passion for images of everyday people and thats something they love to share as well. So I have been busy scouting some of my favourite work being made across the globe. The portrait below is by Lorcan Finnegan - I think its just simply wonderful. I trained to be a hairdresser in my teens; I really was not good at the cutting side of things but loved colouring hair and spent hours making the foils for hair, used like the lady below. Back then you could smoke in the salon, and I remember sitting with the ladies and chatting away with them untill it was time to wash the foils off. This image just hits the nail on the head, with character, colour and compostion. I will share more about Elephant Gun soon!

‘DUBLIN FACES’   Street Photography by  @lorcanfinnegan  copyright  Lorcan Finnegan  filmmaker /  #dublinfaces  series a set of characters from the city of Dublin, Ireland.

‘DUBLIN FACES’
Street Photography by @lorcanfinnegan copyright Lorcan Finnegan filmmaker / #dublinfaces series a set of characters from the city of Dublin, Ireland.

Top Right -  Gav Robinson  ‘The Corner’ Hyde Park London  Middle Right -  Andrew Johnston  Street Photography Belfast  Bottom Right -  Greame Oxby  ‘The Kings of England’  https://www.graemeoxby.com/  Book Blue Coat Press

Top Right - Gav Robinson ‘The Corner’ Hyde Park London

Middle Right - Andrew Johnston Street Photography Belfast

Bottom Right - Greame Oxby ‘The Kings of England’ https://www.graemeoxby.com/ Book Blue Coat Press