Londoner and free lance photographer, Ben Roberts, has a wonderful sensibility that translates throughout his many series. I was particularly drawn to his series, Always. Simple premise, beautiful, rich work:
“Someone once told me that if I wanted to be a photographer I should always have a camera with me. I decided to follow that advice. “
A new body of work, Over Dark Waters, reflects a winter in central Ontario, complete with ice fishing and visual descriptions of a frozen world better seen from afar.
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