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Melbourne-based photographer and VICE's head of art Ben Thomson is fascinated by the small visual cues that make everyday experiences memorable, and in his latest photo essay he pays tribute to those quiet gatherings at home that turn into something epic.
“I wanted to capture the feeling of having fun and being creative, while still being an introvert,” Thomson says. “Instead of a linear narrative, there’s an awkward surrealness to the photos, because I wanted to tell the stories in the way they actually felt in the moment.”