Photographer Dani Brown emerged through Instagram as part of a group whom identify with the style and ideas of photographers such as Richard Wentworth and William Eggleston, paying attention to objects, occasional or involuntary geometries, and those esoteric day-to-day situations which often go unnoticed and so undocumented.

In her own words Brown often regards her work as focusing on the mundane or everyday, for me it draws relation to a quote from Marcel Proust who muses:

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”


For more of Dani’s work, follow her here on Instagram.