The 2013 Sony World Photography Exhibition

Last week visited the Sony World photography Exhibition at Somerset House and just like last year, I found the exhibition to be just as good. In the exhibition, each room covers a different category for example, people, Nature & Wildlife  and Landscape, so there are a variety of topics for people to enjoy.

There were lots of photographs this year that caught my attention, to the stories behind them and the power and beauty of the image. So I think that I might blog each artists name along with their work in another blog post.

Below are some photographs of the day.




“One Day in History” by Andrea Gjestvang was my favourite out of the whole exhibition. The images were very powerful as it portrayed the after effects of surviving the  2011 massacre on the Norwegian island of Ultøya.


Another photograph that I loved was Nenad Saljic’s “A Portrait of the Matterhorn”.


Low light photography

At this present moment I’m researching low lighting, so I thought that I would post a bunch of photographs that I found interesting.





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Artist: Ronit Bigal



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Exhibition Photographs



My photographs currently on display at Shoreditch Town Hall from 7th – 13th March 2013. For more information visit my website here.


Michael Jackson Face-Lace

I love this photo of Michael Jackson, the lace on his face looks amazing!

Artist: Shirin Neshat







All images by Shirin Neshat

Face and Body Art

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Photoshoot for Olivia London Ltd

It’s been a while but I’m back.

It’s been a while since I last posted on here, but now I’m back and will be posting regularly about my art work, and art work that I find inspirational.

To see more about what I’m doing, you can follow me on Twitter and Instagram. My name on both of those is @hannahlewisart.

Photoshoot for Olivia London Ltd

Photoshoot for Olivia London Ltd

Cig Harvey: You look at me like an emergency






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Akif Hakan Celebi: The Housemaid


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Paul Floyd Blake: Young Olympians







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Luke Smith: George






I believe we have arrived at a critical point within photography with what can only be described as a societal paranoia with the censoring of the child’s image. I believe if we are not careful we will contribute to a future of imagery without children present.

This piece of work is titled George which created the absence/loss of the child within the images. Each image has been constructed as an empty space with the trace of what took place.

This is my favourite project that I have seen so far, the ideas and how it has been carried out is brilliant.

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