Softcover, 56 pp, 32 colour illustrations, 15 black & white illustrations, 220 x 280 x 10 mm.
Published by Butchers Hook Books, London, 2017.
In 2015 I was invited by the Guernsey Museums and the Guernsey Photography Festival to become the artist in residence on the island of Guernsey with the idea of developing a project based on the island’s social housing communities.
The Guernsey Museums and the Guernsey Photography Festival had come to realise that the islands states housing communities were under-represented in the recorded history of Guernsey.
By making portraits of individuals and families living in these communities, the prime aim of the project was to fill a gap in the island’s visual record of 21st Century life in Guernsey and give visibility to a segment of the island’s community that is often invisible and missrepresented. Guerns is the result of that residency.
For more Guerns images and info please see the 'The Never Never' section of my main website.