This collection of London street photography is a reflection on the novel "Mrs Dalloway" by Virginia Woolf.
I relate to the novel in part because of its setting in central London, but more so through the style of writing, the personal thoughts of individuals woven into their experience of a day in the city.
The photographs of mine that arrest me most are those in which the figures passing through the frame beg me to wonder what's on their minds: the mundane, the epic, the hope, the fear.
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For over twenty years I've practised in London and, occasionally, Paris, Tokyo & New York. I enjoy discussing, showing and writing about my work. My photographs are in the collections of the Royal Photographic Society and the Bibliothèque Nationale and in, 2011, my work was selected for the Museum of London's survey of London street photography. I'm currently busy with the Ambiguous Book Project, a collaboration between photographers from around the world, now published on Blurb! Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Londoner Published December 29, 2012
ambiguous Published May 16, 2012
Street View People View Published October 26, 2011
the distance between us Published January 01, 2011
Portrait of a Street Photographer Published January 14, 2010