Footsteps of Haven: Loneliness and isolation explored through minimalist architectural photography by Connor Daly.

Connor Daly is a young photographer from Jersey in the Channel Islands, which is near Saint-Malo, France. He gained a BA Hons degree in Photography from the Arts University Bournemouth in 2017, specializing in architecture and portraiture. Since then he is working fulltime in various creative positions whilst he pursues photography with all his spare energy and time. He says: “it’s a unique way of living but I love every second of it.”

The following images are part of a series called “Footsteps of Haven”. It’s an exploration of loneliness and isolation on an island, showing an abstract view of the place which from the outside seems like a utopia, when in fact it may not be. It’s a story of deep human emotions.

For those who want to see more of Connor Daly’s photographic work, please visit his website or follow him on Instagram.

Photographs from the series Footsteps of Haven.
Photographs from the series Footsteps of Haven.
The photo series is an exploration of loneliness and isolation on an island.
The photo series is an exploration of loneliness and isolation on an island.
It shows an abstract view of the place which from the outside seems like a utopia, when in fact it may not be.
It shows an abstract view of the place which from the outside seems like a utopia, when in fact it may not be.
It's a story of deep human emotions.
It’s a story of deep human emotions.

All images © by Connor Daly. Feel free to have a look at our Photography section.

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