Over the past few weeks I have been in discussions with Horatio’s Garden, a national charity creating and nurturing beautiful gardens in NHS spinal injury centres to support everyone affected by spinal injury. I am pleased to say they have commissioned me to be their Artist in Residence throughout July and August to work with patients and combine the healing power of nature and the outdoors with the therapeutic powers of photography.
Book of the Year! Hello all. Once again, as we near the festive break and the hope of a vaccine to return us all to some semblance of normality, I hope you, your friends, family and colleagues are safe and well. Despite the turmoil of 2020, professionally, I have managed to release two books: The […]
Lockdown has given me perspective and time to consider what is important in life and the work I have done during my career. In 2007, along with my neighbour Jacki Reason and her friend Jan Marsh, we launched Portraits for Posterity – Photographs of Holocaust Survivors in Great Britain.
Spring is just around the corner and the exhibition season is beginning to take hold. With this in mind, photographs from and copies of my book ‘Sunday: A Portrait of 21st Century England’ will be on display and available to buy from 11am this Saturday 7th March at The Elgiva theatre, Chesham, Buckinghamshire. The Elgiva theatre is […]
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