Coralie Datta

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Living The Dream is a documentary of Newquay a small tourist town in Cornwall, Coralie photographed while the town was getting ready of the tourist season and focused on the people who decide to live in this town all year round.

Living The Dream is a documentary of Newquay a small tourist town in Cornwall, Coralie photographed while the town was getting ready of the tourist season and focused on the people who decide to live in this town all year round.

Living The Dream is a documentary of Newquay a small tourist town in Cornwall, Coralie photographed while the town was getting ready of the tourist season and focused on the people who decide to live in this town all year round.

Living The Dream is a documentary of Newquay a small tourist town in Cornwall, Coralie photographed while the town was getting ready of the tourist season and focused on the people who decide to live in this town all year round.

Living The Dream is a documentary of Newquay a small tourist town in Cornwall, Coralie photographed while the town was getting ready of the tourist season and focused on the people who decide to live in this town all year round.

Living The Dream is a documentary of Newquay a small tourist town in Cornwall, Coralie photographed while the town was getting ready of the tourist season and focused on the people who decide to live in this town all year round.

Living The Dream is a documentary of Newquay a small tourist town in Cornwall, Coralie photographed while the town was getting ready of the tourist season and focused on the people who decide to live in this town all year round.

Living The Dream is a documentary of Newquay a small tourist town in Cornwall, Coralie photographed while the town was getting ready of the tourist season and focused on the people who decide to live in this town all year round.

Coralie Datta

Coralie Datta is a social-documentary photographer. She is interested in the way communities function and her photographic work reflects this. She creates series of photographs representing the way communities connect with the environments in which they live, interact and work. This act of taking photographs enables her to engage with and understand these groups of people and the social pressures that govern their lives.

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