Yvonne E. Maxwell


Yvonne E. Maxwell is a Saint Lucian-Nigerian self-taught documentary photographer, writer and columnist whose work covers stories on migration, social justice, culture and identity of the Black communities within London and the wider UK. Yvonne also extends her focus to stories surrounding ancestral ties, cultures, familial relationships, health, sexuality and human rights of people from across the global African and Caribbean diasporas. 

Her art practice uses photography, words and moving images as a method of critical analysis of society and state, looking to the past, present and imagined futures to shape these mediums.

Yvonne began her journey in 2019, and has worked with Vittles, The Wellcome Collection, SUITCASE Magazine, Open City, Goldsmiths CCA, Level Up, Eater (US), Resy, PIT Magazine, Plantain Papers, among others.

More Artists


Portrait of artist Michael McMillan

Michael McMillan

Born in the UK of Caribbean migrant parents, artist and writer Michael McMillan uses mixed media as part of a creative collaborative process that brings in other artists and local people for performances and exhibitions.

Artist Manu Luksch standing on concrete stairs

Manu Luksch

Manu Luksch, founder of Ambient Information Systems, is a filmmaker who works with moving images. The core theme of her works is the evolution of film in the digital or networked age.

Daryl Stenvoll-Wells

Daryl Stenvoll-Wells is a socially engaged artist based in Peckham.  As founder of Art Responders she produces international exhibitions and events centred on racial and environmental justice.

Meet the team

Our dynamic team includes producers, curators, artists and entrepreneurs from our local community

Meet the Team