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.
Rejected Popsicle, 2007
Bags of Trash, 2003
The Place We Would Meet at Midnight, 2011
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