Thursday, 9 February 2017


First part of a two days walk around North Greenwich. I focused my attention to the Western part of the peninsula, the one facing Canary Wharf and going South towards Greenwich village walking down the Thames path until fences of new developments made me walk back towards the Blackwall Tunnel. Made my way back toward the tube station and walk back along the A102 until I reached the drive under the highway, then back to the station.

This first section represents more the industrial area which is still active but all the signs are there to tell you that not for very long. Golf practice, awaiting to be built empty tarmacs, sealed off Thames path, cleared fields and new developments on the rise. Yesterday was a very cold and grey day I therefore decided to shoot in black and white, not for its nostalgic aspect but in order to compare with the next part of the Eastern side (almost fully built) in colour later. I don't believe in the terminology and codes that either bw or colour would instinctively deliver a single feeling or address. I think it is really up to the photographer and how he directs his subject and its narrative. This not my intention here to draw the viewer towards nostalgia, on the contrary the bw enables me to find more depth in the vacant spaces depicted whereas the way I work in colour wouldn't have produced such analysis.

Sunday, 5 February 2017


You can now view the videos in full of the 4 artists photographers showcased at the last Photomonth festival by clicking this link

Thursday, 8 December 2016


Peter Marshall paid a visit to the new Canning Town area this Summer. This urban landscape in panoramic mode is without recognition. That could be anywhere really. A tiny bit of land surrounded by the Lea mouth has grown towers and is now called City Island, as if the City is now merging with the further East End.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

IT'S ON (10/11 - 2/12)

The show is on until 2 December. You will find all the details inside. 3 rooms to visit. Allocate one hour of your time if you wish to watch the 4 films (to be found by the lifts)

Saturday, 29 October 2016


This is the official invite for our upcoming show at the Cass School. Unusually our Private View will take place the very same day as the start of the running of the show. Feel free to spread the word. It should be a good night.

Tuesday, 18 October 2016


New book about the Lea Valley published by Hoxton Mini Press. Photographs by Polly Braden, text by David Campany.

Thursday, 13 October 2016


Been collecting quite a few copies of the 2016 Photomonth program. Getting there...