About the Book
The majority of photographs in this book are records of a series of isolated incidents. They have been edited to suggest certain undercurrents in the author’s life and work. Isolation, relationships, freedom, race, and humour. The book is experimental in that it does not follow a specific documentary theme, nor are the photographs supported by textual contexts.
Nick Hedges has been a documentary photographer for nearly 50 years. He has worked in the field of social affairs with a number of voluntary organisations. His work is in the collections of the National Media Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and is archived at the Central Library, Birmingham.