screentime is a magazine about the role of images in our ever more online world. We investigate how networked photography intersects with society, culture, economics, politics and everything in between. We’re here to crack open black boxes, ponder upon feeds and trace the stories behind our clicks, posts and shares. 

 

Our print magazine takes the conversation offline. We publish essays, conversations and features, looking closer at how our lives are shaped by the photographs we see through screens.

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Ruby Rees-Sheridan

Joseph Cummins

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