Bex is a trans non binary photographer based in London. For almost two decades, their work has documented queer lives in all their power and complexity. Bex began their career as a self-taught photographer documenting the clubs and parties of the LGBTQIA+ scenes in the UK and New York, before moving from the club into the street, documenting Pride and protest worldwide. In recent years, Bex has gravitated towards overlooked queer stories, refocusing on those minoritised within the LGBTQIA+ community. With a special focus on the trans community, Bex is one of the foremost documenters of the trans experience in the UK. Bex’s work worked for clients such as VICE, British Vogue, The New York, Minority Rights Group International, the UN, Dr Martens, Google and Getty. Most recently their work has been acquired by the Victoria & Albert Museum and multiple works will now reside in their extensive photography collections in addition to being exhibited permanently
in the Young V&A.
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