A really interesting series of images by Dean Rogers who captures the road scenes where many famous celebrities died. Rogers captures these scenes on the anniversary of the deaths at the exact location, at the exact time. While the night time photographs carry a atmospheric feeling to them, the day time images simply display the rather banal scenes that would have been witnessed before the deaths. See more of his work at: http://www.bluntlondon.com/
I use the word hyper real alot in this blog when referring to new photography, but I think it plays a huge part in modern photography. Noah Kalina's work is a key example of this, her images at night take on a almost high dynamic range quality mixing the surreal with the real. Check out more of this great work at: http://www.noahkalina.com
Lucia Holm's self portraits are amazing example of the mix of fashion and art that has had a sudden influence on the world of photography at the moment. You can see more of this great work here at: http://www.luciaholmphotography.com/index.html
From a beautiful series of images entitled "life is a series of small moments," Elizabeth Flemings photographs capture her children's life as they grow. Its the fragile, messy, and imaginative moments that Fleming creates, see more here: www.elizabethfleming.com
Jan von Holleben has done some amazing photographs in this series and something im sure must have inspired the new coldplay strawberry video, chris martin might as well be the kid in the top photograph. The images are not only fun but carry that DIY aesthetic that works so well. To see more of this great work check out the website at: http://www.janvonholleben.com/
Wayne Mitchelson takes inspiration from many different sources from the romantic paintings of Friedrich to the cinema directors of David Lynch. The photographs he produces could be a still from any movie, which may seem more than a passing infulence from the likes of Crewdson and Dicorcia in turns of style. You can currently see Mitchelsons work in the demont fort hall leicester.