About the Book
An abandoned manor house, hidden away from the public gaze, still holds many secrets of the previous occupants. People who left so much behind, when they said goodbye to the house for the final time.
Here is a photographic journey into the heart of what was once someone's home, an intimate portrait of another era and of a remembered life.
All photographs black and white.
The preview shows but a few of the images in this book, there are many more within.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Sep 10, 2010
- Language English
- Tags Viveca Koh Photography, Viveca Koh, black and white, Urban Exploration, Potters Manor, Photographs, Photographer, Photography, montotone, monochrome, B&W, dilapidated, uninhabited, empty, dirty, dereliction, derelict, decayed, decay, neglected, abandonment, abandoned, exploring, UE, UrbEx, house
Viveca Koh FRPS is an entirely self-taught photographer, with a strong eye for overlooked details, and a special fascination with photographing abandoned buildings. In 2010 she was awarded a Licentiateship Distinction by the Royal Photographic Society, for a panel of ten photographs taken in an asylum. These images feature in the book Lost Asylum Sonnets, a poetic collaboration with Catherine Lupton. In 2011 she was proud to attain Associateship of the RPS with a panel of fifteen photographs, featured in the book 'Left Behind'. Finally in 2014 she was awarded a Fellowship with the RPS, for images taken from the book 'Star Blossom'. She currently lives in London.