You might have read my last post, where after a few weeks I’m developing the film from the Extinction Rebellion Protest. Well this week we’ll look at something a little more recent: The XR52 Protests in Bristol on the first of June, which I’ve been developing this week. Almost exactly a month ago, Extinction Rebellion … Continue reading Captured On Film Pt 2 : Film Photography and XR52 Bristol.
It’s been a crowded few weeks at the school of art where I’m working on my MA. The end of the semester has blown past, the exhibitions have been mounted, the exams and assessments have come and gone. And now the undergraduates are gone for the summer, leaving the postgrads and staff to raise the … Continue reading Captured On Film Pt 1 : Film Photography and The Extinction Rebellion.
It’s a bizzarre thing, that after traveling hundreds of miles to shoot the pictures of the last two XR protests I covered, the third should be breaking out in my backyard. Nevertheless it was so. When I took a look around online for the next protest or march or action for what’s now becoming a … Continue reading XR 3: When Rebellion Breaks Out In Your Backyard
When I ran across Extinction Rebellion, in Parliament Square at Easter I’d never heard of them. The encounter was pure chance. Then I spent four days taking pictures, came home and wrote it up. This time I found the event on their website, and was on a train at five thirty in the morning to … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion – Bristol (XR52). Protest Photography and Fast Fashion.
Day one. 15/4/19 Until around noon on Monday I couldn’t have told you there was a protest. I was in London to see a few exhibitions and do a little street photography, and I’d headed to Parliament Square to see if there was anyone waving a Brexit sign. Parliament Square, 15/04/2019 There wasn’t - not … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion – Four Days Of Photographing Urban Protest