April 30, 2018

For the last twenty years my garden has been this multitude of canvases, a landscape that seems to have shaped itself around the demands of the children as they grew up. What is so intoxicating though, is the way nature re-invents itself, wrapping it's tendrils in a vi...

April 23, 2018

I was visiting a friend in South Wales and took time out to photograph a small stretch of inland estuary on the Pembrokeshire coast. I was last here four years ago and promised myself a return. The trees, sculpted by time and weather, are extraordinary. They're beasts...

April 16, 2018

The irony is the fate of these villages has been more catastrophic than any enemy invasion from which  they were being protected. When they were forcibly requisitioned by the British Army in 1942 there existed a way of life that had evolved over a thousand years but wi...

April 9, 2018

I've been photographing on the streets of Great Yarmouth, which as Garry Winogrand once quipped, doesn't make you a 'street photographer'. He disliked the reference. For me if the street belonged to any photographer it has to be Eugene Atget who spent a lifetime photog...

April 3, 2018

Spent time in Bruer's studio taking in his new canvasses. Large 6ft x 6ft paintings of Battery Road built up from drawings made in the Autumn of last year. It's fascinating to watch a painter 'edit' their work, the same constant re-seeing that confronts a photographer...

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