Brian David Stevens: Beachy Head

12 July 2017 // Photography

5. THE CROWS Brian David Stevens introduces shots from a series of photographs he took, over a period of 12 months, at Beachy Head: They come out of the mist, flapping blackly, unafraid of the cliff edge, relishing in the drop and the uplift it brings. They will lead you along the cliff path always […]

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Brian David Stevens: Beachy Head

26 June 2017 // Photography

4. APPROACHING SEA MIST Brian David Stevens introduces shots from a series of photographs he took, over a period of 12 months, at Beachy Head: Sometimes a higher power gives you pictures. They always seem like a reward or a gift when they appear, fleeting visions that need to be gathered quickly in and made […]

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Tales from the Riverside

13 June 2017 // Photography

Kevin Pearce contemplates the under-the-radar photographic genius that is George Plemper Gary and Justine, 1981 Even now, when everything is seemingly captured and shared remorselessly, old photos possess such potency; the ability to transcend and transport. There is a series of shots of a young mod couple taken by George Plemper which illustrate this perfectly. […]

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Glasgow: a photo zine

7 June 2017 // Photography

Glasgow by Phoebe Kiely (Antler Press, A4 zine, 10 pages, edition of 50. Out now and available here) Review by Brian David Stevens “I walked for miles as the days stretched into weeks” In 2016 photographer Phoebe Kiely moved to a new city — Glasgow — and set out, over a period of twenty days, […]

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Cutlers Rough, Part 3

5 June 2017 // On Nature //Photography

Words and pictures: Mat Bingham It hasn’t rained for weeks. The earth is cracked, set hard like cement. Earthworms lie deep below the surface where it’s damp, too deep for badgers to dig out, so they stay in their sett and wait, sleeping. For the last couple of months I have put food out once […]

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