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Profile #12.

Ben Clement

Ben Clement is a photographer and co-runs @goodsport_magazine.

Ben is normally shooting a lot of sports and athletes in different parts of the world. But with sport on pause, he decided to show this in a series of still life images with sporting themes found at home.

Profile #12.

Ben Clement

Ben Clement is a photographer and co-runs @goodsport_magazine.

Ben is normally shooting a lot of sports and athletes in different parts of the world. But with sport on pause, he decided to show how he is spending his time in a series of still life images with sporting themes found at home.

Normally I’m shooting a lot of sports and athletes in different parts of the world. So while sport is on pause I decided to show this by creating some still life images.

And with a bit of nature and some fresh Adidas Terrex from Hype which I’ll get out into the trails with later.

I run a lot, practice yoga and have always been into basketball, so I made these images with things found around my home.

I also create a lot of sport related ideas through the magazine I co-run called Good Sport.

Good Sport was created to rethink how we see and understand sport. So ideas like this fit perfectly into our interests and influences.

Paying homage to my first love of basketball, I still have a lot of throwback items from the 90’s And what perfect timing with the new Bulls doco ‘The Last Dance’ that’s come out. You’ll even spot a photo of me pretending to dunk.

Running is a huge part of my life. Whether I’m training for a race or organising something with my crew AM:PM.RC it’s something that helps me be creative.

I’m very visual and kinaesthetic with my approach and process. As much as I like balance and structure, there’s always spontaneity in how my images come to life. Much how sport and movement should be I think.

The practice of yoga and pilates are all part of a holistic way I like to lead my life. There’s always something to learn or try out - much like photography.

Being out in nature, running trails or hiking is something I’m missing a lot at the moment. Although taking a lot of evening walks in the neighbourhood watching the season change has been really nice as well.

Thanks for reading, I hope everyone finds a way to be creative through sports at this time. Stay safe, keep hydrated and be a Good Sport.





Normally I’m shooting a lot of sports and athletes in different parts of the world. So while sport is on pause I decided to show this by creating some still life images.

I run a lot, practice yoga and have always been into basketball, so I made these images with things found around my home.

And with a bit of nature and some fresh Adidas Terrex from Hype which I’ll get out into the trails with later.

I run a lot, practice yoga and have always been into basketball, so I made these images with things found around my home.

I also create a lot of sport related ideas through the magazine I co-run called Good Sport.

Good Sport was created to rethink how we see and understand sport. So ideas like this fit perfectly into our interests and influences.

Paying homage to my first love of basketball, I still have a lot of throwback items from the 90’s And what perfect timing with the new Bulls doco ‘The Last Dance’ that’s come out. You’ll even spot a photo of me pretending to dunk.

Running is a huge part of my life. Whether I’m training for a race or organising something with my crew AM:PM.RC it’s something that helps me be creative.

I’m very visual and kinaesthetic with my approach and process. As much as I like balance and structure, there’s always spontaneity in how my images come to life. Much how sport and movement should be I think.

The practice of yoga and pilates are all part of a holistic way I like to lead my life. There’s always something to learn or try out - much like photography.

Being out in nature, running trails or hiking is something I’m missing a lot at the moment. Although taking a lot of evening walks in the neighbourhood watching the season change has been really nice as well.

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