Ben Thomas is a photographer and visual artist born in Adelaide, based in Victoria, Australia.
Ben's work has centered around the cities and urban spaces that we live in. His "Cityshrinker" series (2007) was internationally acclaimed and considered to be one of the pioneering projects exploring the now popular tilt-shift technique. Ben's study of urban spaces continued with "Accession" (2012) utilising mirror and kaleidoscopic techniques to highlight how repeating patterns and objects act as the basis of our our urban surroundings. Most recently Ben has developed his latest series "Chroma" (2015) and "Chroma II (2016), a further deconstruction of cities and urban areas with a primary focus of the use of colour and flatness that poses questions of how society defines the places in which we live.
Ben is a Hasselblad Master 2018 and has recently completed campaigns/assignments for The New Yorker Magazine, Sony, Cake, Singapore Airlines, Penguin Books and Chronicle Books.
Tai Snaith is an artist and author living in Melbourne Australia. She wanders through different ideas and works them out in may different mediums including ceramics, collage, conversations and broadcasting. You may hear Tai's voice on local cult Melbourne radio station RRRfm (102.7) or read one of Tai's 6 picture books published by Thames and Hudson. Tai has a 30m long artwork inside the State Library of Victoria and soon to have a public sculpture on the Great Victorian Rail Trail.
You can also follow Tai on instagram @taisnaith or @taisnaith_for_kids
Ward Roberts was born in Australia, and after living abroad in Hong Kong for a number of years, he relocated to Melbourne in 1994. Ward graduated with distinction from RMIT university in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in photography.