It’s been a while since I photographed a protest. Some of that’s part of the price of living in a small town. Much of it has been the restrictions on travel, gathering and everything else. But even the smallest town isn’t an island, and the nationwide protests against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill … Continue reading 3.4.2021 : Photographing A Protest For The Right To Protest.
If you've read my blog before now, you'll know I've had an ongoing photo project of following the Extinction Rebellion protests - it's something I started when I stumbled across them in Parliament Square in April 2019. As you can imagine, in these socially distanced times of the Corona Virus, protests to photograph have been … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion and HS2 – Things to do in Birmingham on a rainy Friday.
As people who read this blog on a halfway regular basis will have noted, my photo work on the Extinction Rebellion protests have been a fixture. At time of writing I’ve covered seven of their protests (or affiliated protests) in five cities, and all things being equal that’s going to continue into 2020. This then … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion – Entering Year Two (One Man’s Opinion On A Global Movement).
Introduction Keen followers of this blog will know that back in April I stumbled across the Extinction Rebellion protests while in London on unrelated business. I spent four days there. I photographed, I talked to people, and then when I got home I wrote a blog post about it. And I thought that would be … Continue reading In London With Extinction Rebellion (Again).
So many times, when I’m writing up my experiences of following the Extinction Rebellion and its allied climate protests, the writing begins as a travelogue. Like my photography it’s a reason to travel, go new places, see new things. This, is not one of those times. It was a local outbreak of a global protest, … Continue reading Hometown Protests – Global Climate Protests In Small Towns
Aberystwyth, Wales - 31/8/2019 Protests and photographing them have become a part of my life in recent months. I think I’d seen or attended a grand total of three (two of them as a random passer by) before April this year. Today I photographed my sixth since this spring. The difference with this one, is … Continue reading Prorogation and Protest
If anyone reading has turned on the news just lately, then may be aware of the XR Action that broke out in five of the UK’s major cities (London, Bristol, Leeds, Cardiff, Glasgow) on July 15th. I was, which is why first thing Monday I was on the bus down to Cardiff. Since I stumbled … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion – Cardiff, July ’19
Well I’ve shot pictures of XR London back in April. I was in Bristol with XR52 in June. Saw a little protest in my own hometown clinging to the West coast of Wales. Now, there’s a new city getting a protest, and a new place for me to take my cameras. Which is why, at … Continue reading Extinction Rebellion Birmingham – 13/7/2019
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.