A right good idea!
An amazing evening last week, where I was awarded Third Place in the finalists of The Hull Beermat Photography Festival,
This exhibition by young Leeds’ photographer Thomas Duffield at Village in Leeds
Photography on a Postcard Shoreditch, London, 12th – 24th October 2017 I am delighted to announce that some of my work is available in the prestigious ‘Photography on a Postcard’ lottery this October. My image of traveller Bobby ‘Riding the river’ will feature in the show. I’m truly honoured to be included alongside so many…
New prints! A selection of my ‘Otono’ series are now available to buy in my shop.
I’m very pleased that you can now buy some of my work and see it on display in Woodend in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. Get out to this glorious stretch of the Yorkshire coast for the day and see if you can find it before 29th September.
I love this photo. It’s being used to publicise Oxford Photo’s current open call Conceal/Reveal.
Another enjoyable two days visiting Appleby Fair, even if one of them was almost completely sodden with rain. The annual horse fair sees travellers from all across the UK come together for the big event, meet with old friends, and trade horses. It’s a chance to see other ways of life, and it always affords…
My photography is more fruitful when I am on my own. That is, at least, the images I make when I’m out alone in the wild.
Once inhabited, now deserted places have a pull on us. Where lives were once lived and features were managed: stone walls repaired, ovens cleaned, fireplaces swept, roofs mended, herbs gathered, plants tended. Not neglect, but simply absence – humans rarely come by any more and nature takes hold. Thorns, near Ribblehead is such a place.…
Every so often I pass a derelict quarry by the side of the railway line I travel on. Lush, fenced off,
The incredible work of Paul Kenny.