Justin is a South Africa-focused documentary photographer. Leaving Edinburgh University Justin studied and trained in legal practice before moving into photographic documentary work in South Africa, he is currently on a part-time Master’s in the UK. His independent projects create intimate social dialogues with the people he photographs as a response to South Africa's history, reviewing the ethics of photographic practice and its impact for contemporary art. Justin is currently working on an archive project that explores the construct of family in South Africa as influenced by the country's dominant mining industry and its effects on physical and social landscapes.
Justin's work has previously been featured online for It’s Nice That, Life Framer and Aint-Bad, and in selected group shows and publications: BJP’s Portrait of Britain; New European Photography x GUP; The Lucie Foundation; The Independent Photographer; Sony World Photo and The Photo Vogue Festival.