Barry Adamson, © photo by Barry Adamson
Anne Gavin and Miranda Gavin, photographer unknown. 1965
Olive Bevis, photographer unknown, circa 1910.
It’s been one hell of a week. A Siberian Front hit Brighton and everything turned white and came to a stand still for a couple of days. Work got in the way of being able to post regularly and blog life took a back seat. Until today.
So, I thought I’d ease myself back into the blogosphere with some intimate monotone portraits spanning 1910 to 2013. It shouldn’t be hard to guess the years.
Thanks to Barry Adamson, who is currently on tour with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds; to my lovely mum for allowing me to share this studio portrait of her with me (the gormless one); and to my maternal great grandmother, Olive Bevis, who I never met but who loved a good read.
Posted in Mobile Photography, Portraiture
Tagged Anne Gavin, Barry Adamson, black and white photographs, books, family, Miranda Gavin, music, Olive Bevis, portraits, portraiture, sepia photographs
Dean Chalkley, known for his portraiture and music photography, aired his debut film Young Souls at The Bethnal Green Working Men’s club in London last week. And, if like me, you didn’t get along to the screening, or didn’t know about the film, I urge you to catch it online. It is under 10 mins, running at 9 mins 36 secs to be precise. I’m going to grab a cup of tea and watch it now…
Click on Young Souls to go to 125 magazine’s site where you can watch it.
If you want to read more, follow the links to Dean writing on his blog in a post Young Souls now live to view on 125 magazine. Looks like it was a fun and successful evening.
The film will also be screened alongside an exhibition of photos at the Youth Club Gallery, just off Carnaby Street in London from 22 July – 4 August.
Dean also has a show coming up at the Reading Museum titled The New Faces “depicting a group of young ‘Modernists’ from London”. It runs from 30 July – 4 September.
Posted in Fashion Photography, Photographers, Photographers blogs, Photography Shows, Portraiture, short films
Tagged 125 magazine, Dean Chalkley, london, music, Northern Soul, Reading Museum, short film, The New Faces, Young Souls, Youth Club Gallery