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So far Fiona Rogers has created 23 blog entries.
The Bully Pulpit "In my latest photo series, The Bully Pulpit, I investigate the social phenomenon of cyberbullying through the public profiles of people who attempt to bully me. For years, people have been hiding behind their [...]
An Archive of Mamu An archive of images of my Mamu; the most difficult person I've ever met yet unconditionally supportive, almost-painfully demanding while [...]
Declaration of Independence At face value, Boston would appear to be the most Euro-Sceptic town in the UK. With 77.6% of voters ticking the “Leave the European Union” box at the polls in 2016, you [...]
The Girls Who Spun Gold "I delicately weave stories concerning circumstance, value, and power and use my work to create a physical and allegorical [...]
Heads of the Valleys: Oct 2015 to June 2016 The images from the series "Heads of the Valleys" are a compilation of landscapes and portraits of children taken during a residency [...]
Drummies These images depict the unique and aspirational subculture surrounding all-female teams of drum majorettes in South Africa. These girls, affectionately known as ‘drummies’ are from some of the country’s most marginalised communities. For the girls and young women involved, being a drummie is a privilege and an achievement, indicative [...]
You’ll Know It When You Feel It It’s hard to celebrate a birth when you know what’s coming. Still, Rowrow smiled as she lay in a hospital bed, 38-weeks pregnant with her fourth child. Her green prison uniform sat carefully folded next to her. Two corrective service officers hovered [...]
Stoned in Melanchol “Days in Derry are long” says Irish photographer Megan Doherty. “There’s not a whole lot to do except hang out, wasting time”. Making pictures is her form of escape. “I hated how I had tread every street a million times,” explains Doherty of the reason [...]
Infinite Tenderness I grew up in a religious household in a small southern town. My mother was raised in the Sanctified Holy Church and my father was raised Southern Baptist. As a result of the strict beliefs I had been taught since birth, I did not feel comfortable coming [...]