Chip Skingley

Statement

Chip Skingley is a photographer whose work documents is immediate surroundings. His practice looks at coastal life, sustainable living and ideas surrounding freedom and space. These values are visible in both his long-term projects and commercial work.

Chip recently gained recognition being shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Student Awards with his body of work ‘Walk,' a project exploring the relationship between a person, spaces and the act of travelling through them by walking the Fisherman’s Way route in the southern Portugal.

Chip's recent work documents our attraction to the water, for which he received a Sony World Photography Grant. Travelling through different coasts across the country, chip photographs surfers, swimmers, divers and cold water enthusiasts, revealing the relationship between individuals and the sea.

Achievements & Experience

Photographer Student Sony World Photography (shortlist)
Sony World Photography Grant Recipient

Features:
Pupil Sphere
The Soon Project
Tous Magazine

Contact

Personal Professional Website Personal professional email

Featured Projects:

Cassie - Lammas Eco Village

The Lammas Eco Village serves as an example of individual playing their part in preserving our planet. Cassie's life in the wild landscapes of Wales in front of her sustainably made house shows those willing to create a lifestyle harmonious with the planet. Sony World Photography Shortlist (2nd Brief).

Walk - The Fisherman's Way.

Carrying on from the Sony World Photography Student Awards Project: Walk. This project looks into the relationship between a person, spaces and the act of travelling through them, walking the Fisherman’s Way, a route in the south of Portugal, far from the everyday.

Swim. Sony Grant Work

This work documents our attraction to the water, travelling through different coasts across the country. From surfers, swimmers, divers and cold water enthusiasts, these works reveal the relationship between individuals and the sea.

Swim.

This work documents our attraction to the water, travelling through different coasts across the country. From surfers, swimmers, divers and cold water enthusiasts, these works reveal the relationship between individuals and the sea.

Freya Roy

Editorial shoot for musician Freya Roy

Walk - The Fisherman's Way.

Carrying on from the Sony World Photography Student Awards Project: Walk. This project looks into the relationship between a person, spaces and the act of travelling through them, walking the Fisherman’s Way, a route in the south of Portugal, far from the everyday