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Postcards From Home
‘Postcards from Home’ was recently born out of personal material I’ve been shooting in-between projects, as we settle into our new life in Australia. A sort of domestic sketchbook, odd moments that catch my attention… I often edit a few months after shooting, and as I did, I began to realize that these images were pulling me in a direction of their own…
I started my career in the London music industry of the 90’s, shooting record sleeve art and portraits for magazines such as The Sunday Times Magazine, Esquire, Dazed & Confused and Raygun. In the late 90’s I went on to also shoot reportage assignments.
In 2002, in search of a sea change, I left London behind to travel slowly with my family in India and Australia and over several years. During our journey I photographed the project ‘ROUTINELESS – a slow travelogue’. Images from the early part of this work were published in the Steidl book ‘Sensation’ (2003).
In 2008 we finally settled in the forests of South Western Australia. I’ve recently started a new project based around the local community, their values and lifestyle.
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Many thanks… david alan harvey