Passion Protest: A Photo Essay by Thomas Comery
July 1, 2011 /Photography News/ Passion Protest is a photo story documenting the relationship between protesters and police. The series of images looks into the different characters at the protests and how their reasons, opinions and lives contrast with the police, covering a wide range of groups and societies, from the English Defence League to the Election Meltdown Group.
|Gaze Barrier. Photo: Thomas Comery|
|Laughers. Photo: Thomas Comery|
|Child's Play. Photo: Thomas Comery|
|English Pride. Photo: Thomas Comery|
|Flagged Up. Photo: Thomas Comery|
|Nice Man. Photo Thomas Comery|
|Standing Out. Photo: Thomas Comery|
|Shout. Photo: Thomas Comery|
Thomas Comery started studying Photography in 2007 and went on to recieve a Distinction in Art and Design Foundation, winning the New College Nottingham Best in Show award in 2010 for his Passion Protest series and travelling to the Vennice Biennale. In September 2010, Thomas enrolled at Bolton University recieving the Bolton University Vice Chancellors Award for Academic Excellence. He is currently working on a new documentary photography magazine called PICT with the first issue scheduled for September. His work can be seen at www.tcphotographic.co.uk and www.pictmag.co.uk.
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