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Photography

ABOVE:Polish Midget $500

ABOVE: Rabbi in subway entrance $1000

ABOVE: Man Diving, Malta $250

ABOVE: Schoolgirls, Calais $250

ABOVE: Coal Trucks, Newcastle $250

STREET THE BEAT

I met these fellows in New York sometime in the 90’s. I was taken by Filip Pagowski to the basement of Pizza-A-Go-Go where they were playing Beatles song on acoustic guitars and a cardboard box. These fellows from the Bronx were guided by my late friend and Rolling Stone editor Brant Mewborn.

This set of 5 images was printed on Kodalith paper using a Durst enlarger fitted with a point source bulb. Technology, to the best of my knowledge, no longer available. Set of 5 photographic prints $2500

LONDON

In my Art School days the World was black and white. I spent much of my time in the darkroom ignoring my other lessons. These photographs were printed on Kodak paper on a Durst enlarger.

ABOVE: American Fascism Kills Black People $500

ABOVE: Black Panther demo $500

ABOVE: Student’s Union demo $250

NEW YORK

Shortly after my expulsion from Art School I set off for America. What a great time I had. Max’s Kansas City, weird folk, waterbeds. I should have stayed; but I ran out of money and headed home. My only commission was from Steve Heller at Screw magazine.

ABOVE: Down and out in New York $500

AROUND THE WORLD

I prefer to travel by train if it is possible and not too expensive. Henri Cartier-Bresson said that was the way to travel as you saw the landscape evolve from journey’s start to journey’s end. He also said travel alone. If you travel with a friend you take your society with you.

INTOXICATING COLOUR

Colour photography was literally quite a gas. I built a heated rig for my processing dishes and learned to love the smell of formaldehyde and the other unhealthy odours. The process required many layers of lith film with register pin holes and multiple exposures. Techniques I learned from my tutor Enzo Ragazzini.

ABOVE: Coca Crystal at the launderette $750

ABOVE: Aina and Gunda $2500

ABOVE: Allende $1000

ABOVE: Nixon $1500

ABOVE: Wormwood Scrubs $1500

ABOVE: Live From the Moon $2500

ABOVE: Dolly’s Day Off $250

ABOVE: Buy $500