Reuben Kidd is a Bristol-based photographer and film maker who grew up in the South West of England. His photographic practice is informed by themes of human presence and subject representation. With his work he likes to focus his lens on the harsh, unfiltered aspects of everyday life, depicting reality in a playful and creative way. His images focus more on the space we occupy as opposed to the people that fill the frame, and he is interested in how an image can tell a story by looking at the space and objects we interact with. His most recent
project 'Moleskines' visually explores the notebooks his father kept after suffering a stroke and looks further into the idea of our possessions being an extension of our bodies and minds.