Thinkhouse, the youth communications agency, launched the first instalment of its “Thinkhouse X Series” with a collaboration by South African born photographer Kevin Goss-Ross.
You might remember Goss-Ross from his series of Festival portraits of all those white people at OppiKoppi in 2013.
This time around, as part of ‘Thinkhouse X Kevin Goss-Ross’, Goss-Ross showcased a collection of photographs that were taken in varied and unusual places to create a juxtaposition of the normal and the surreal – from iconic barbers and butchers of Dublin, to the lakes and deserts of South Africa.
The Dublin based freelance photographer is known for his collection of photographs of humans, inspired by youth culture and the glimpses of fleeting truths hidden between the chaos of wild times and moments of reflection.
Through the series Goss-Ross will be taking over the Thinkhouse social media networks to share the process behind his work.