About the Book
Layers of Discontent is the visual record of an eerie looking and abandoned bungalow in Great Yarmouth.
Up close and personal into the living space of a families former home, leaving many questions unanswered.
Who were they and where did they go?
Now all that remains are the derelict foundations and deteriorating decor as it peels away layer by layer.
Some clues are left, giving you the chance to use your own imagination as to what sort of people lived here and what it was like.
Shape, form and detail is the main theme that is captured in this documentory record, which is proof first hand that nothing lasts for ever...