Each photograph tells a story and hides another. Kate Peters‘ pictures tell of beautiful ones.
Born in the Midlands, Kate became passionate about photography when she was young, following specialized studies in the field. Today she lives and works in London and her work ranges from portraits of people, such as the 32 Olympic promises photographed for the Guardian Weekend Magazine or Julian Assange for the TIME, to the documentation of landscapes.
Among the works that belong to the latter category is the photographic series Stranger Than Fiction, in which the American landscape is the absolute protagonist. As you can see from the title, Kate Peters pursues those landscapes and places that are part of our imagination when we think of America: dirt roads, motels, police cars, and cafes.
Discover the shots of Stranger Than Fiction in our gallery.