Neal Grundy is a photographer based in London whose main focus is on product and freeze motion photography. While advertising has plenty of use for Grundy’s experimental, frozen still life, his work finds a place beyond the commercial with his personal projects that take his striking style to a different place.
In his ongoing series, Transient Sculptures, Grundy employs his still skills in capturing a collection of shimmering fabrics dancing in front of a range of landscapes. His work is all the more beautiful given the lives of his ‘subjects’ that are lost outside of the moment the shutter snaps. His photographic sculptures capture the fabric in a single moment, its solid structure a mere illusion only recorded then and there by the camera. Shot during the UK’s Covid lockdown in early 2020, the series is backdropped by East Sussex’s coastal landscape. Discover more of his work on his website and on Instagram.
Images © Neal Grundy