WorkHorse Collective are multi-disciplinary urban photographers who met at Goldsmiths College. They apply a sociological lens in order to interrogate and produce substantive, purposeful work.
With different backgrounds and interests, what unites the three is a considered approach to making work about urban cultures and places. Kat Huber, Becky Morris-Knight and Lee Gavin use distinct methods, working across digital/analogue photographic practices. Each brings their own individual interests and visual approaches to the subject of contemporary cities and citizens.