‘This series of images reference a key concept in photographic history named ‘equivalence’. Invented by Alfred Stieglitz, a figure who promoted photography as an art form, equivalence in its simplest form tries to understand the relationship between a photograph, the photographer and the viewer. These images were shot around the area I was brought up in, and so in turn look at my relationship with the space around me and my integration and connection to it.’

Photos by James Robjant