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It’s a Small World – A Cornish Photography Book

October 25, 2013


James Meredew is a talented photographer whose work we’ve  shown at previous OGA exhibitions here in Bristol.We were pleased to hear a few months ago that he was embarking on a group book project using his part of the U.K as the subject. We’ve been looking forward to seeing the results and the book has now been printed and is available online. It looks great and has a large host of photographers work featured including various contributors we have featured on OGA.

‘It’s a Small World was a project to get together a group of like-minded people who shared a love for film photography and the county of Cornwall.

This book includes work from established photographers and amateurs who have been moved in some way to photograph Cornwall and show it in their way. Featuring a diverse range of portraits, landscapes and stories from the photographers.’

Project Creation and Art Direction: James Meredew.

Design: Nathan Lance

Foreword: Oliver Meredew

List of Contributing Photographers:

Bryony King, Alastair Sopp, Dan Fletcher, Oliver Whiting, Finn Johnson, Ben Selway, Connor Myers, Jon Henry, Darren Goldsworthy, Rosie Kliskey, James Meredew, Joel Stinton, Isaac Blease, Carlo Milillo, Katerine Edwards, Tom Powell, Eric Hesselbo, Jack Johns, Adam Pascoe, James Wilkinson, Alastair Pridmore, Archie Reed, Liam Stacpoole, Tom Bangham, Kate Stenton, Ben Sherwell, Tommy Sussex, Johnny Griffiths, Greg Martin, Naomi Deborah Lewis, Jon Mitchelmore, Bryony Richards, Tom Young, Harry Masters, Tash Laye, Jacob Cockle and Nik Stranglove.

If you want to bag a copy of It’s a Small World – A Cornish Photography Book HEAD HERE.

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