'One At A Time' poignantly observes the dynamics and emotional hierarchy within single parent families.
Here, the artist Ellen Nolan continues her examination of the contemporary state of the family cell in Britain by focusing her attention on the complex issues of single parenthood.
The images explore an expressive undercurrent that reveals both the inherent tensions and intimacies that arise from this complex relationship.
The majority of the subjects are photographed within a domestic environment and through this engagement in their personal spaces Nolan captures the personal and unique moments of internalized anxieties and expressed intimacies. However relaxed the subjects appear to be in front of the camera, small nuances in the gaze of the subject, their bodily postures or details in the background environment explore and suggest the nature of this relationship.