When Sophie Harris-Taylor had her first child, she was shocked at how unprepared she felt for the realities of breastfeeding. There was a whole language to learn – with unfamiliar phrases like tongue tie, breast pump and mastitis. Breastfeeding debate can be fraught but instead of pushing any particular agenda, Sophie’s work reflects on the experiences that weren’t visible in the images of motherhood at the time, although that is slowly changing thanks to projects like this. With her own baby in tow, she built strong rapport with women, who she photographed and interviewed at their homes. Milk was published as a book in 2020 and sold out immediately.