Phil Clarke Hill is a photographer working primarily in London and Brazil. He creates a combination of commissions and personal projects for clients such as the Guardian, Vice, National Geographic Traveller, GEO and the Washington Post.
The hip-hop scene is booming in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro.
The Santeria religion with African origins is as popular as ever in contemporary Cuba.
Free To Party
A deep look into the Illegal rave scene in the UK.
El Tio Bolivia
Bolivian miners believe in and revere El Tio – the God of the underworld.
A look inside the Rastafarian culture, in it’s home country of Jamaica.
London’s underground folk music scene.
Throat singing, Shamans, snow and yaks – the Siberian republic of Tuva.
Made in Coorg
Coorg in southern India is the home of the country’s coffee industry and a region rich in cultural heritage.