Free Palestine


Taken at the ‘Free Palestine’ protests held in London on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th July 2014 Photographs by Rose Clayton  

Photo Essay: Blackpool II


In the second part of this photographic series, Rose Clayton captures the gritty side to the Northern seaside town, Blackpool.

Blackpool: 1. Shopfronts


Images by Rose Clayton Words Billie Jenkins The joyful hedonism of the shit British seaside, where not quite young and not quite old men and women flock for a night out that ends with a battered sausage, some fingering in an alley and a unfathomable sense of shame. Poundshops and chicken boxes, strip clubs full […]

Sydney Part II: Places


Photographs by Rose Clayton Welcome two the second instalment of Rose Clayton’s photographs of Sydney, delivered straight to our inbox from the other side of the world for your enjoyment.

Sydney Part I: People


Photographs by Rose Clayton Corinne& favourite Rose Clayton brings you more fantastic travel photography, this time sneaking snaps of the people of Sydney. We particularly love the crisp blue sea with its aged swimmers, maybe because we want a holiday, maybe because we wish we has the guts to capture close up the residents of the […]

Photo Essay: Pattaya


Photographs by Rose Clayton Words by Billie Jenkins Pattaya is a seaside town east of Bangkok. There is something strangely familiar about the playful colours, peaceful beaches and pop bulbs captured in this collection of images. It’s not Martin Parr, and it’s not the Cornwall surf: it’s Southeast Asia away from the hustle and bustle.  

Photo Essay: Bangkok


Photographs by Rose Clayton Words by Billie Jenkins Forget what you saw in The Hangover, Bangkok is a strange city  where poverty is set against the backdrop of skyscrapers. The  burnt out rooms of this building, contribute to that aesthetic, black ruins sitting amongst bustling bikes and advertising.  There is something poignant about the flowers […]

Photo Essay: Palestine


Photographs by Rose Clayton Words by Billie Jenkins In 2013 Rose Clayton exchanged a traditional English summer for Kafr Qaddum, a village in the Northern part of Palestine’s West Bank and Nablus, a city 50 miles away from Jerusalem. An area of conflict, controversy, and daily oppression for many of the inhabitants whom are forced to […]

Photo Essay: Australia

Australia: Rose Clayton

Photographs by Rose Clayton

Photo Essay: Thailand

Thailand: Rose Clayton

Photographs by Rose Clatyon