Dr. Kaitlyn Regehr is a writer, documentarian and scholar of cultural studies. Her work has been published internationally across academic and popular print media. In addition to serving as a topic specialist for BBC World, she has created documentary content for iTunes and networks including Super Channel (CA), SWR (DE) and ARTE (FR). Regehrs work has explored intersections between gender, performance and politics in female driven communities. Matilda Temperley is an award-winning photographer. Her work regularly appears in international publications such as, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harpers Bazaar and National Geographic. Matilda's work is inspired by marginalized societies. Her sell out book, Under The SurfaceSomerset Floods won the Royal Photographic Societys Vic Odden Award in 2015. Her second book, Omo- Change In The Valley documents human rights abuses in Ethiopia.
Complemented by Kaitlyn Regehr's detailed, analytical text, Temperley's images celebrate her subjects in dynamic performance shots, informal documentary images and posed portraits. * Royal Photographic Society Journal * Five stars: a fascinating visual documentary. * Amateur Photographer * Wonderful * Jonathan Gray, Dancing Times *