Each of the below works has been produced in a single, hand-made edition.
Referencing Hokusai's Thirty Six Views of Mount Fuji and Frank L. Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
A nature reserve at the edge of the King's Cross property development.
My own and my family's mental health reflected in the quotidian.
Dedicated to the owners of our pseudo-public spaces.
An isolated place on the Thames estuary.
The loss of people to images.
A small act of questioning, resistance and memory.
The fate of an architectural style reflects the society that produced it.
For a moment I hesitated and was afraid to make this book.
The title is a quotation from The Meursault Investigation by Kamel Daoud.
Three small publications exploring ideas of series.
A cat's attraction to a computer.
The changed sense of pandemic time.
The pseudo-public King's Cross Quarter.
The decade leading up to the UK's secession from the EU.
An art college departs the building it has occupied for a century.
In our time all politics is about real estate.
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