You could almost believe it is the summertime.
Monday, 18 July 2016
A Sunday morning walk along the north bank of Breydon Water, from the outskirts of Great Yarmouth to the Berney Arms. The skies were dramatic, the world silent.
Saturday, 2 July 2016
Arguably the most picture postcard-friendly images of Norwich's cathedral spire and city hall clock tower that you'll see all day.
Saturday, 18 June 2016
I have a new book out. I would ideally like to print it off, DIY fanzine-style, as it would more spiritually at home in such a format, but I also know what I'm like. It's called Gloomer. It is very spare, and very bleak. It can be found here:
Tuesday, 14 June 2016
The long-vacant Blockbuster video store on Dereham Road, Norwich. Video rental stores were pivotal to my soul, growing up: the small, local, independent places were clearly the ones to frequent (in my hometown in Yorkshire, it was a place called KC Video: the horror section felt fabulously shifty, as any self-respecting horror section of a video shop should), but I've got good memories of working my way through the shelves of Blockbuster too. My education in film came from places like this. I miss them.
Monday, 6 June 2016
A return to Berney Arms, via what is perhaps East Anglia's most remote train station. The weather was unseasonably cold: the pub has closed: the landscape expansive.