Fiona Filipidis likes to take photos. With a French-Greek dad to her left, a Scottish-English mother to her right (and a brother in the middle) she’s been bathing in a cultural melting pot all her life. Fascinated by what’s true and authentic, and very quickly drawn to documentary photography, her intimately realistic photos are the fruit of intense observation of her subjects and her surroundings. One major theme pervades her shots: the relationships people have with their environment, whether it be her Grandad and the Scottish Highlands, or Thai Buddhists and their forests and seas, or even Londoners and their Olympic Games. As Elliott Erwitt once said, photography is all about finding the interesting in an ordinary place. And Fiona’s sole wish is to show you these extraordinary things.