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.
WorkHorse also produce WerkHaus Zine, which invites collaboration from across across the art, media and academic disciplines.