Joanna Vestey is a photographer based in Oxford, England, who is making images that explore the presentation and digitisation of knowledge. She studied photography at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design and at Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem. She holds MAs in Social Anthropology and Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University and in Documentary Photography from Newport School of Art, Media and Design, University of Wales. Her work has been widely commissioned, published and exhibited both in the UK and abroad and is held by several collections, including images acquired by the National Portrait Gallery. Her series Custodians was published as a book by the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford in 2015. This is a selection of work made in partial completion of her PhD being undertaken at the European Centre for Documentary Research, University of South Wales.