Nathan photographs urban landscapes. Working primarily in black and white, his images capture the sense of isolation and decaying beauty found in the places that he visits.
Exhibiting in 2020
Nathan uses a variety of modern digital and vintage film cameras to photograph places, locations and objects that are often overlooked and deemed unworthy of attention. Inspired by photographers like Robert Frank, Chris Killip and William Eggleston, his work can be thought provoking, challenging and humorous. His most recent project focuses on the North East.
This is the first year that Nathan Combes has exhibited at York Open Studios
30 Acomb Road,
York YO24 4EW
Stone steps lead upwards to front door; no wheelchair access.