After the Gold Rush

This is current and recent work, documenting England's east coast from Northumberland to Durham. The title image above explicitly references Chris Killip's work from the 1970s and '80s, since it was made on Lynemouth Beach, but all of these pictures reflect the fact that human interventions come and go, but the sea remains. Forever changing, yet always the same.

Please do contact us if you'd like further details of any image, or to see more work - this is only a small sample of available images.

Coaltide, Lynemouth (after Chris Killip), 2020
Tank Traps/Stormy Sky, Cresswell, 2020
South Gare, Redcar, 2019
The Decline of British Sea Power, Tynemouth, 2019
Beadnell, 2017
Cullercoats, Stormy Dawn, 2020
South Shields, 2019
Cambois, 2020