About the Book
In 'Don't Pass Me By', photographer Anne Clements preserves a precise moment in the life of a ramshackle building, monument, or vibrant wall of graffiti. A figure passes by and, with the click of a button, time is frozen for one split second. The anonymous passer-by and structure come together for a fleeting moment to represent an era.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Sep 24, 2010
- Tags old buildings, East End of London, Brick Lane, Smithfield market, Fournier Street, Old Street, Liverpool Street Station, Huguenot houses, Sermon Lane, Chalk farm, Covent Garden, York Way, Ravenscroft Street, Rivington Street, Norman Foster, National Police Memorial, photography, architecture, graffiti, Spitalfields, Shoreditch, Hoxton, E2, EC1, EC2, EC4, Soho, Camden, N1, NW1, SW1, ramshackle, distressed
An award winning lifestyle television director, Anne Clements now takes still photographs on her travels around the world and London, where she lives. Her work ranges from conceptual images to street and travel photography. Her photographs sell all over the world.