Wes Foster is a practitioner based in Leeds, UK. He works primarily with photography and writing. His personal work is heavily influenced by ideas surrounding class, social space and town planning and focuses especially on community, development and the aesthetics of the ordinary.
He is one of the co-founding members of Freehold Projects in Leeds, an accessible gallery space catering for emerging artists. He is also one of the founding members of Working Class Creatives Database, a community which supports working class practitioners in the arts.