Sam Bayliss Ibram’s Portraits of Underground Club Kids

London-based photographer Sam Bayliss Ibram’s portraits of the characters from underground club culture are more than snapshots of his “close friends, freaks [he] meets at the club.” They images explore style, individuality, identity, sexuality, gender and more. His portraits capture fascinating humans—including musicians and artists like Kelela and Princess Nokia—and are shot with a tenderness that reflects Ibram’s obvious respect. He says his work is “an autobiographical reflection consisting of utopian imagery and my personal relationships that exist in a space simultaneously intimate and artificial.” Read and see more at It’s Nice That.