Africa Through Lens
Explore incredible photographs spanning over 100 years of African history, from the 1860s onwards, taken from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office photographic collection (CO 1069).
This is the official tag line on the National Archives website. These photographs ordered by the UK government were a way of cataloging the empire, creating lists of notable assets which continued into the 1960's.
The faces of China
For a period of time between 2011 and 2015 I was fortunate to visit China on 7 occasions. 5 of the visits were to Guizhou but additionally I visited Sichuan, Gansu and Beijing. My first visit we travelled around in a 4x4. The roads were long and in the main bumpy. Travelling from village to village you could not help notice construction and building on a massive scale.Guizhou as a major coal producing province had closed most of the mines. Faced with unemployment and and poverty the government
This project explores what we can not see. What shimmers on the edges of whitelight. What we can feel rather than see.These images are located on leylines in the Forest of Dean.This project explores what we can not see. What shimmers on the edges of whitelight. What we can feel rather than see.
These images are located on leylines in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire.