These images were my contribution to Tim Andrews’ remarkable project “Over the Hill”. They were shot at dusk on the Cockle Beds to the East of Brighton. The intention was to extend my work about the sea into a representation of Tim’s condition (Parkinson’s Disease) and his battle with it. Having recently lost my Father we talked about death in a positive […]
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