In Conversation With John Darwell

John Darwell is an independent photographer, well known for his long-term projects that reflect his interest in social and industrial change, concern for the environment and issues around the depiction of mental health. On viewing his most recent work –

In Conversation With John Darwell

John Darwell is an independent photographer, well known for his long-term projects that reflect his interest in social and industrial change, concern for the environment and issues around the depiction of mental health. On viewing his most recent work –

Talking With Trees

Life has not been without its trauma of late. One source of energy which I have found is a set of images i made in nearby Ox Close Wood. Working through these images has re-represented my conversations with the trees

Talking With Trees

Life has not been without its trauma of late. One source of energy which I have found is a set of images i made in nearby Ox Close Wood. Working through these images has re-represented my conversations with the trees

Re-Presentation Rather Than Presentation: A Tool for Re-Awakening Reality?

The image produced in any sort of photographic process is generally regarded as a ‘representation’ of the referent of the photography. I have recently began to wonder whether this is correct, or more the best terminology, in the context of

Re-Presentation Rather Than Presentation: A Tool for Re-Awakening Reality?

The image produced in any sort of photographic process is generally regarded as a ‘representation’ of the referent of the photography. I have recently began to wonder whether this is correct, or more the best terminology, in the context of

Well Hello!

Walter’s Wanderings is a blog from photographer and researcher, Walter Lewis, and which is part of the WALK Research Centre at the University of Sunderland. Here you can find clippings from my wanderings around the space of walking, photography, landskip

Well Hello!

Walter’s Wanderings is a blog from photographer and researcher, Walter Lewis, and which is part of the WALK Research Centre at the University of Sunderland. Here you can find clippings from my wanderings around the space of walking, photography, landskip