Two photographers, on the road.
We set off from England in August 2016 with no fixed plan, just an eventual goal to end up in Morocco at some point down the line. After a couple of weeks we eventually found ourselves on the Atlantic coast, which gave us a good path to follow until we ended up looking at Africa in the distance sometime in January 2017. Three months later we crossed back into Europe where we began to slowly meander home (via Scotland).
Continu-um started as a collaborative collection of photographs from our journey, each month we uploaded a series of work – you can see these here.
We have also been making photographs for people along the way, see how we can work together here.
Alex graduated from Brighton University in 2012 with a First Class BA (Hons) in Photography, since then he has worked on various photographic projects, published a book with Tide Press, taken part in artist residencies and exhibited his work in the UK, Spain and America.
Commercially he has made photographs for the Telegraph Weekend Magazine and works closely with the National Coastal Tourism Academy in England; handling their photography, video and design work.
You can see more examples of his work here:
Lola graduated from the Arts University Bournemouth with a First Class BA (Hons) in photography in 2015. Since then she has been part of group exhibitions across the UK and has had her work featured in Darwin Magazine and Snow Journal.
You can see more examples of her work here: