‘’Be open to what you’re going to find and see.’’
The daughter of two priests, photographer Liz Hingley grew up in Birmingham, England. The only white girl in her class back at home, moving to the city of Brighton to study photography led her into a predominantly white middle-class structure. Offering a new, overwhelming world of new territory, Hingley became interested in the experience of culture both as an insider and an outsider. In one of her most recent photography projects ‘Under Gods: Stories from Soho Road’ Hingley explores a stretch of street local to her home city to capture the wealth of diverse experience on offer.