b. 1994, Joel Biddle is a photographic artist working in Kent, United Kingdom.
A recent photography graduate of the Arts University of Bournemouth, his work is an exploration of the contrast between the still and the fluid, the harsh texture of geological structures and the glassy smooth of the surface of the sea. His work follows a search for a calming sense of tranquillity and a sense of quiet that reflects the locations in the works. These fractures of time transport the viewer to an unknown, with an absence of context being important. A sense of isolation is established, but its not a bleak isolation, its more of a break from chaos, a choice rather than something forced.
All images were photographed using black and white film and hand printed on silver gelatin darkroom paper.