Monuments
120 film photographs and memo cards, 2016

Photographs with accompanying stories of important places in the town where I grew up. These houses, parks and roads that we all share have been the settings for important events in my youth, and I'm sure others' too.

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All the Tallest Buildings
digital photography, 2015

Inspired by an meaningful experience with a tree, I set out to touch the twenty tallest buildings in London. I documented these trips with a photo of my hand on the building and a photo looking up. Now when I sit at the top of Primrose Hill I can look out over the city and tell everyone I've touched all those buildings - from the Shard to Canary Wharf, and even Crystal Palace transmitter far off in the distance.

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Pointing
digital photography, 2015

I like pointing. It’s a very strong, directional thing. It’s graphical. A point implies movement and it implies importance, singling one thing out from a crowd. And to point in a photograph, you act like an outsider, like a printed arrow on a diagram, but in fact you are part of the world you are pointing into. Your hand is affected by the same light and the same weather as the object it is pointing to.

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A Suburban Drive
35mm film photography, 2014

A photoseries from Where I Grew Up, by William Dalton, a project that examined my home town Bromley and the essence of suburban life. This photoseries takes a deliberately observational approach, with all the photographs taken inside a car.

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Portraits
35mm film photography, 2010-14

A collection of miscellaneous portrait photography, from various locations over the years. Some are fashion shoots for specific purposes, others are just candid shots.

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