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Edward Sanderson is a documentary-style landscape and portrait photographer. He graduated from Norwich University College of the Arts with a BA Honours in photography and his work is inspired by the ways humans interact within the landscape. His recent series Detached Spaces highlights derelict structures and selected individuals within a rural landscape, expressing their isolation within the environment. He lives and works in Norwich, United Kingdom.
Posted on Thursday, May 10, 2012.
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