Capturing the Black body with procession and poise is a superpower. Campbell Addy, a London-based photographer who has used the medium of photography to showcase Blackness in its purest state. The grace and elegance of his talent uniquely crafts a space of community and belonging. Addy’s first photography book, Feeling Seen, was released last April. The New York Times Magazine describes his book as a blend of high fashion with photojournalism and immerses readers in his world: vibrant, moody, and deeply Black. Addy is a new visionary voice in the art of imagery and is continuing to set the bar higher and higher. — E.F.