Welcome to the world of Modern Art & Photography
I have always enjoyed the surreal aspect of photography. When I started as a teenager I would remove ordinary household furniture from their immediate environment, by placing them into obscure surroundings. The lounge armchair in a river, the kitchen rocking chair on top of a mountain. Further developing this interest in the unusual, my recent work continues to follow this path. Whilst attempting to dissect some sensitive topics of our generation. Including; Gender identity, voyeurism and religion.
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The story of:
William Joe Josephs Radford (Born 23rd August, 1998) is a photographer and artist who is beginning to make a name for himself.
Raised in rural Andalucía, Spain, Radford has been exposed to the arts from an early age.
Born into an unconventional and exciting environment, William could draw before he could walk and was rarely seen at his local village school without a pencil in his hand.
Developing a fascination for cameras at the age of 15, he later attended the University of Gloucestershire to study fine art photography, from which he gratuated in a Vogue-esque fashion.
The young artist ditched his cape and gown for an attire completely made of bin bags. That’s right! he wore bin bags to his graduation ceremony!
The publicity stunt went viral, reaching over 1.7 Billion people globally.