Portraits with a deep word for emotions and pain. J A Mortram documents these stories from his small rural livelihood. These pictures tells us an intimate story of these affected individuals, their world and a far bit of sorrows. This essay had been widely acclaimed for its emotional story telling. I like the way, Mortram has chosen to portray these individuals, their stark world with full of contrast and regrets. There is so much pain in these photographs which makes us feel for the lives of others.
About J A Mortram
J A Mortram is a full time Carer in his family home, documentary photographer, environmental portraitist based in East Anglia, creator of the ‘Small Town Inertia‘ blog and member of the Aletheia Photo Collective.
Jim’s work is centred on creating an expansive long-form photographic essay, Small Town Inertia, which explores the intimate and untold stories of marginalised individuals in the small rural community in which he lives.
His photography has been awarded and published widely.
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