Only an hour and a half by car and I’m watching the waves crash against the smooth pebbles of Brighton Beach. I was volunteering for the Photography Farm Famers Market, a two day trade show where not only could you see some of the latest kit and industry trends but also there was a chance to learn. I managed to get along to a location shoot run by Dale Weeks Photography down on the beach.
On a very typically wet British summers day I jumped on a train down to Brighton as I had been invited by Penned in the Margins to document the final dress rehearsal for their play, No Dogs, No Indians. A play about three intertwining stories that explore the effects and legacy of the British in India.