© Julian Hughes

I am a Spanish photographer living and working in Nottingham. My work explores issues of identity and migration through self-portrait and documentary photography. I also have a keen interest in current affairs and politics and how they shape the lives of communities and individuals.

My latest photodocumentary, "At Home: Europeans in the UK", explores the lives and experiences of EU nationals living in Brexit Britain. "At Home" has been featured on BBC Radio, Nottingham's Left Lion magazine, The Edge of Humanity magazine and The New European newspaper. It has also been exhibited in Westminster's Central Hall in London, and The Hive in Dalston as part of the Migrants exhibition, curated by Zia Fernandez.

I am currently working with Nottingham-based writer and artist Michael Pinchbeck and New Perspectives Theatre, collaborating as a photographer in the theatre adaptation of John Berger's "A Fortunate Man", which will run until September 2017.