“To me, my car is a Rolls Royce. Other people may call it something else but to me, it’s a Rolls Royce. To me this is the centre of the earth…”
My Car is a Rolls Royce is a piece of work that looks at the condition of small town Britain and explores a once industrious region, now redundant and decaying, where both its people and environment try to retain their identity as a new Britain rises from the rubble of the old.
Chris Collins is a freelance documentary photographer based in Cheltenham and Birmingham, U.K. His work explores the concepts of identity within social discourse from a subjective viewpoint; with a curiosity that aims to raise questions more than answer them.