13 Nov 2010
Sometimes, I stumble across photographs that I really, really wish that I had taken myself. The stories that accompany them tell of summer jaunts in the countryside, inprompt photoshoots with friends, quaint holidays in French villages and discovering unspoilt parks in the midst of bustling cities. Louise Benson's photographs make me look at the South in a new light. Her interpretations of London/Cambridge/Brighton (and those quaint French villages) make me want to ram my belongings into a suitcase, grab my camera and lead my friends on an adventure up hills over fences into rivers and onto roofs.