Jessie Bond

Jessie Bond is a writer based in London. She writes about art and photography for various publications including Art Licks, Paper Journal and this is tomorrow and is currently researching contemporary photographic depictions of conflict and the photobook.

Soviet submarines and an expelled diplomat: an intriguing spy operation in 80s Ireland reimagined through photography

Soviet submarines and an expelled diplomat: an intriguing spy operation in 80s Ireland reimagined through photography

‘The country of my youth didn’t exist anymore’: capturing the final months of Yugoslavia

‘The country of my youth didn’t exist anymore’: capturing the final months of Yugoslavia

The search for hope: Azerbaijani photographer Rena Effendi on capturing humanity’s will to survive

The search for hope: Azerbaijani photographer Rena Effendi on capturing humanity’s will to survive

Naked truth: the sad irony behind Instagram’s censorship of Dragana Jurišić’s photography

Naked truth: the sad irony behind Instagram’s censorship of Dragana Jurišić’s photography

War on Instagram: merging conflict and everyday life in Christopher Nunn’s photos of Ukraine

War on Instagram: merging conflict and everyday life in Christopher Nunn’s photos of Ukraine