Jason Larkin graduated in 2007, soon after he based himself in Cairo in order to continue on socially engaged documentary projects focused on themes of representation and the changing landscape within Egypt and the Middle East.

His work has been widely published in international publications including New York Times Magazine, Monocle, National Geographic, Guardian Weekend Magazine, Geographical, Hotshoe and Colors Magazine. Recent recognition to his work earned him the PDN New Portraiture Award (USA), Ithuba Arts Grant (SA) and the Hereford Photography Festival Commission (UK). Recent exhibitions have included the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012, Flowers Gallery London and a solo show at the Farnsworth Art Museum, USA.

Now based in Johannesburg he has been continuing his focus on themes of social and collective identity surrounding environments and their interaction with the surrounding city landscape.

Website: www.jasonlarkin.co.uk