Joseph Reddy

Joseph Reddy is a fine art photographer often exploring the malformations of everyday life in the 21st century, with the frequent bleakness of his subject matter being frequently framed with visually captivating colour. It is this skilful attention to composition that allows Reddy to balance the solemnity of his subject matter with the unexpected beauty of a landscape many others would ignore. Inspired by the philosophy of Wabi-Sabi, Reddy’s work turns the mundane into art, using his photography to give otherwise-ordinary landscapes significance and the promise of untold narratives.

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    Above The Pines

    Above the Pines regards Reddy’s explorations of Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, a former military base infamous for UFO sightings and its unsettling atmosphere. The 13-piece series, inspired by W.G. Sebald’s novel Rings of Saturn, reflects Reddy’s ...

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    Constructed Horizon

    In this inaugural project for Noble People, Joseph Reddy captures the arid desert of Rajasthan, India. The debris, both physical and metaphorical, of industrialisation is the common visual theme in his landscapes, illustrated by images of machinery i...