Daniel Harvey Gonzalez

Luke, known as “Lucky”, poses for his portrait behind the Owl and Pussycat pub in Basildon. September, 2019.

Connor poses for a portrait in the bedroom of Ella’s flat, showing off a tattoo of a duck on his back. November, 2019.

Graffiti on a sports cage in the Five Links Estate in Basildon. The estate was dubbed “Alcatraz” by Labour councillor Joe Morgan in the 70s for its fortess-like architecture and high rate of crime. December, 2019.

Alex poses for his portrait, showing off a handmade tattoo of a smiley face. October, 2019.

An abandoned kebab truck sits parallel to a housing block in Ballards Walk, en route to Basildon town centre. November, 2019.

An image from "Notopia!", a body of work exploring the paranoid Covid-19 landscape in the United Kingdom that borrows from speculative disaster fiction. May, 2020.

An image from "Notopia!", a body of work exploring the paranoid Covid-19 landscape in the United Kingdom that borrows from speculative disaster fiction. June, 2020.

An image from "Notopia!", a body of work exploring the paranoid Covid-19 landscape in the United Kingdom that borrows from speculative disaster fiction. May, 2020.

An image from "Notopia!", a body of work exploring the paranoid Covid-19 landscape in the United Kingdom that borrows from speculative disaster fiction. April, 2020.

An image from "Notopia!", a body of work exploring the paranoid Covid-19 landscape in the United Kingdom that borrows from speculative disaster fiction. April, 2020.

An image from "Notopia!", a body of work exploring the paranoid Covid-19 landscape in the United Kingdom that borrows from speculative disaster fiction. May, 2020.

Daniel Harvey Gonzalez

Daniel Harvey Gonzalez (b. 1997) is a documentary photographer based in the United
Kingdom whose practice is concerned with social issues informed by his own lived
experience; more specifically he is interested in how environments shape identities
and the relationship that exists between person and place. Gonzalez has shown work
at the 2018 Guernsey Photography Festival, the 71a Gallery in London, and Bene
Culture in Birmingham. Selected awards and publications include an honourable
mention in the 2019 International Photography Awards, a commendation in the 2016
Sony World Photography Awards, and publications with Loose London and Lost
Generation Projects. He graduated from the Documentary Photography degree at
Cardiff in 2020.

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