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Manplan Project: The state of Britain at the end of the Swinging Sixties

The Manplan project, which was to become one of the highlights of my career as a photographer, came to me in 1969 from a...

Lightroom London: David Hockney’s personal journey through sixty years of art

David Hockney has long been one of my favourite artists and just couldn’t miss his new and unusual exhibition in London. “Bigger & Closer (not smaller & further away)” is an immersive visual experience which surrounds the visitor with Hockney themes tracing his work over sixty years.

Contact Sheets: A feast to be absorbed, night after night

As contact sheets were typically kept from curious eyes, it only served to increase our fascination with them...

Newberry Springs, California: Sightseeing in a suburb slowly being swallowed by sand

Newberry Springs is a small town on the edge of California's Mojave Desert. It is known as the location where the English language German film, Bagdad Cafe, by Percy Adlon was shot. Its abandoned homes, buried under sand, illustrate the power of nature to reclaim its own territory.