Kate Peters is a London-based photographer, working internationally on personal and commercial projects. Spanning genres, her work is informed by a respect for and understanding of the craft of image-making. She has a particular interest in the representation of women and notions of identity and performance in everyday life.
“Stranger Than Fiction” explores the idea of an unreal reality— a search for authenticity in the landscape:
“I looked for responses to the American landscape that had a visual link to cinematic archetypes, ambiguous image that could be read as film sets without the actors.”
See more images from “Stranger Than Fiction” below!
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