This digitally colorized micrograph shows the underside of a bedbug, Cimex lectularius. From this view you can see the insect's skin-piercing mouthparts it uses to obtain its blood meal, as well as a number of its six-jointed legs.
Noises in the blood is a photographic work inspired by the Jamaican dancehall ritual, that I started to produce in the beginning of 2016 in the British city of Birmingham. The work reflects on the representation of a different cultural.
Dancehall, drought, adolescence and space are just some of the subjects explored by the recipients of this year’s Magnum Graduate Photographers award.