All shots taken on an Olympus OM4 in April 2021, on Ilford Pan F film.
All photos taken in December 2020 on Ilford HP5 with an Olympus OM4.
I have written a very small number of blog posts about Charles Mingus and here they are: “East Coasting,” 1957. Mingus in 1957. “Mingus Three,” featuring Hampton Hawes. The 1964
I took a walk from Hunslet into Leeds city centre, along the river, and met this graffiti artist at work under the A61 bridge. He was happy to be photographed
Mick would not have approved of this. Before Mick died in December 2018, he made it clear that he wanted to slip away quietly, which is more or less what
The wonderful Platform 1 organisation recently won a retired Pacer train carriage. Getting the carriage onsite wasn’t a trouble-free exercise: the first attempt had to be aborted at the last
Platform 1 in Huddersfield is a brilliant organisation: initially, it was founded as a men’s mental health project, along the lines of the men’s shed movement (which is why it
Jump straight to my first batch of photos or my second batch of photos. I first heard of Carbeth in about 2005. My late friend Mick Parkin was writing a
I’ll be going up to Carbeth Huts very soon to take photographs there. I’ve been led there by two separate paths: the one which has taken me to other communities
I had already heard about, but not visited, the cabins at Middleton, Hartlepool when, on a photographic trip with my youngest son Joe, we met a guy in Whitby who