Thursday, May 30
[Swanage - click for bigger version]
Summer's almost here and the time is right, so I'm offering four different prints for sale over the next few days. The prints are 15 by 10 inches, and are part of my occasional affordable print phenomenon.
The first print on offer is taken in Swanage and priced at just £18 (compared to my usual asking price of £100 for prints at that size) plus postage and packing. I have five available.
The image has been published and exhibited widely - for example in the In-Public 10 years exhibitions and book, and the US From Distant Streets exhibition - so don’t miss this rare opportunity!
Paper size: 15 by 10 inches; image size 12.75 by 8.5 inches.
Digital c-type print, printed on gloss Fujifilm Crystal Archive paper.
These unmounted prints are despatched in sturdy poster tubes.
Price is £18 plus p&p @
Rest of World (£7)
[four prints - Swanage, Weymouth, Weymouth, Weymouth]
Please contact me to express an interest or for payment details on email@example.com
Wednesday, May 22
The show runs from 22nd May to 26th June at Snickarbacken 7, and includes 68 photos from all 22 members of the In-Public collective. The collective was founded in 2000, and I was admitted as a member in 2010.
In addition, there will be an In-Public workshop run by Nick Turpin, Matt Stuart and Blake Andrews on 31st May to 2nd June; for details see cupstockholm.com/workshop.html
This show is a collaboration with CUP (Contemporary Urban Photography), a Stockholm-based organization promoting street and urban photography. CUP is also staging an exhibition of 40 prints from five Stockholm street photographers to run in parallel with the In-Public exhibition at the same venue.
The In-Public exhibition is an augmented version of the show that appeared in Derby's excellent FORMAT11 festival.
Sunday, May 19
Click on photos for larger versions.
I was fortunate enough to meet up with well-known street photographer, Chuck Patch, who was visiting from the US. We did some vaguely tandem shooting, which went better than usual - a great afternoon.
Saturday, May 11
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