A snippet from an interview I did a few days ago as part of my “We’re Out!” project with friends who are leaving the UK after a long time here. The audio recording was meant to help me with the write up only, but I found it so interesting that I’ll share some of it.
Rugby goers dressed up as princesses outside the stadium in Twickenham.
A street side flag stall at a rugby game in Twickenham.
Isabella Plantation, Richmond Park.
For my “We’re Out!”-Projekt, a photographic journey through a changing Britain, I am looking for Brexit voters and Remainers, for people who plan to leave the UK or will stay here, Europeans, Brits, everyone who is open to share their story and is available for a portrait and contextual photo shoot.
I am not a journalist, I won’t publish what you haven’t agreed to, I am interested to document change that affects you and all of us. The photos and stories may form a book at some point and a collection of prints to show.
Residential street in Barnet, North London. Fuji Superia 400.
This giant flagpole was originally erected at the 1951 Festival of Britain by the Forest Industry of British Columbia and re-erected in 1977 by the government of British Columbia “to mark the silver jubilee of her majesty the Queen Elizabeth II”.
Fujifilm Superia 400.
Two men and one dog walking in the City of London. Fuji Superia 400.
Homeless person sleeping rough close to an office building and an open grave in Reading.
Nikon F75, Fujifilm Superia 400.
Fast food leftovers on a street in Reading in the morning sun.
Nikon F100, Fuji Superia 400.