WAKE is the highly personal last story of a close friend. Published by Blue Filter in a strictly limited edition of 51 copies.
Category: Book review
Reviews of photography books
The Rape of a Nation is arguably one of the most powerful bodies of photojournalism published in the last decade. It deserves to be read widely, not because its author, Marcus Bleasdale needs a pat on the back, but because it is scandalous that the situation in the DRC is not more widely known.
Harry Watts’ FINDS needs to be found by each of us individually, otherwise it isn’t found but given.
Phineas’ Friends is a very personal project, but it is one that speaks to all of us about our relationship with modern medical practice. Just how many people does it take to make one 3 week old baby better?
BOOK REVIEW: Family If all the photographs ever taken were sorted into subject categories, it is probable that the biggest single pile would be that…
BOOK REVIEW: Simon Roberts – We English. Being away from home for any length of time usually results in a longing for the familiar, but…
to see the camera primarily as a means of personal expression
it invites the reader to consider the issues
Grinker has strived to portray the war within the man