Jane Samuels is a photographer and artist from Manchester, Northern England. Her work is grounded in Psychogeography, which considers the human connection to place. Through drawing, photography and writing, her work explores walking and trespass, public vs. private space, and our relationship with the land. Jane’s photography centers on hyper-real landscapes that use big, dramatic vistas and strong colour to draw on romantic landscape traditions and their emphasis on the emotional impact of land. Jane has taught photography and art in UK collages and prisons, and runs art workshops and walks. She has a particular passion for facilitating social inclusion; especially through work with prison inmates, womens shelters and mental health services. Jane has produced photographs for advertising campaigns, book, album covers and articles, and her work regularly appears in “best photographers on the web” lists. She continues to showcase new pieces via her popular Instagram page.