|Life Force by Simone Fisher|
It is a moving show; so many voices, each represented by a single image. Some celebratory, some sad, some thought provoking, and all very personal to the photographer.
They are are explained and elaborated upon in the beautiful book produced as a lasting record of the project shown here.
My personal favourites are shown below
|Here may be removed without warning by Nick Scammell|
Nick's work and website can be seen here. My understanding of it is that it considers memory and lost spaces. His multilayered images show the decimation of a small green space.
|We are Camden by Anne Clements|
This for the expression on the girls' faces; no more need be said. Anne's aim was to show the rich diversity of people living in Camden.
|Olympic Street by Martin Hanna|
This one is so relevant to what is happening in London right now, and yet has a humour all of it's own. The dog makes this one for me.
|The Alternative Limb Project by Rosemary Williams|
This photograph I find compelling for the love with which the girl appears to work on the artificial limbs that she creates for amputees that allow them to express their individuality.
|Nature has its own Agenda by Ingrid Newton|
This is my personal favourite; for its ambiguity and the fact that her theme is similar to mine, in looking at man's endeavours and interactions with nature. This image is from one of her model landscape series.
There is one final image that haunts me, and that I cannot bear to show. It is by Brendan Delaney, of the site of a cyclist's death at Tower Bridge where four cyclists have been killed by lorries since 2009.
As I said before, these individual projects are intensely personal and are well worth exploring further if you have a chance to visit the exhibition.