Following Andy Sewell’s acclaimed first body of work, The Heath, we are pleased to announce an exhibition of his latest series, Something Like a Nest.

Andy Sewell’s photographs are clearly a record of the countryside. But his pictures are about something less obvious: the redundancy of the ideas we have about the pastoral when they come up against modern life. –Financial Times

Following on from The Heath, Sewell’s latest body of work continues to explore the idea of the rural idyll, examining how actual scenes of country life have changed in light of twenty-first century advances. Discussing the series, Sewell notes that he hopes to create a countryside in which these threads exist together where the noise of contemporary life bleeds into pastoral ideas and conventions.

Andy Sewell has been described by Martin Parr as a bright new talent likely to make his mark on the future of photography. His work is is found in important private and public collections including the V&A, The Museum of London and the National Media Museum.

When not working on personal projects he undertakes commissions for clients including: The FT Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine, The Guardian Weekend Magazine, GQ, The Sunday Times Magazine, and Phaidon.

He is a winner of the Magenta Award 2007 and was selected for inclusion in the book Flash Forward 2009, a review of emerging Photographers. His work was shown as part of the Noorderlicht Festival and at Krakow Photo Month in an exhibition on the future of British photography and featured in the British Journal of Photography, The Guardian, Exit, Photoeye, PDN, Ahorn, 1000 words and Hotshoe Magazine.