H.M. Coroners Post

To the side of the ‘city park’ – Bradford’s redemption – is the pre-existing courts complex and police station. The latter emptied to make way for redevelopment and improve the lots of the copper, the latter showing it’s age. This zine looks at the interaction between the buildings, the controlled natural elements and some of the humans who inhabit the space.

Available to buy online, at Impressions Gallery (Bradford) and Village Books (Leeds)

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Photographer: Jon Eland

First Edition: 50 (numbered)
16 page A5 booklet (8.3″ x 5.8″) on recycled stock.
Contains 14 images.

A year of zines

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Throughout 2011 I created a series of small catalogues or zines relating to visits to specific places – these places have been both close and distant from my home location but one intent has remained throughout – to create a sense of that place as I saw it and to share a series of images that worked together.

You can view these on my virtual shelf on Issuu.com


Kirkstall Festival

For the 30th Anniversary of Kirkstall Festival (Leeds, UK) photographers were invited to come along and capture as many images as possible – these were later combined into an exhibition and book project managed by East Street Arts.

In addition to my usual digital imagery I also took along my Voigtlander Brilliant and captured some of the atmosphere on film. This gallery shows a selection of the resulting imagery.