Born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1991, Alice Mann is a South African photographer who's intimate portraiture essays explore themes of community and exclusion in modern society. Utilising a uniquely collaborative approach to working with her subjects, her work aims to challenge inherent stereotypes in the representation of those that fall outside the 'standard' of Western culture in contemporary society.

After graduating from the Michalies School of Fine Art in 2013, Mann has been based in between London and South Africa, and her work continues to be informed by social climates in both spaces.

She has been featured in a number of international publications, and her work has been exhibited internationally. She is currently working towards the publication of her first monologue, focusing on the European Chapter of La Sape, part of the African diasporic community in London.