Of the Photobooks I purchased this year, these are my 10 favourite.

  • Highway Kind –  Justine Kurland
  • ZZYZX – Gregory Halpern
  • Intimate Distance – Todd Hido
  • Jazorina – Freya Najade
  • DTLFTSOTE – Mark Power
  • Cuba La Lucha – Carl De Keyzer
  • In Flagrante Two – Chris Killip
  • Tulip – Celine Marchbank
  • Badly Repaired Cars – Ronni Campana
  • Provisional Arrangement – Martin Kollar



Recently the MAP6 collective exhibited at the wonderful ONCA gallery in Brighton, as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe. The gallery has two beautiful spaces to work with, and using a variety of media including sound, we exhibited our Lithuanian Project. After an incredibly busy opening evening, we had thousands of visitors over the coming weeks. Thank you to everybody that came to see the work and meet us.



I’m delighted to discover the beautiful new book by Philipp Ebeling called London Ends.

“Leaving behind the landmarks of the centre, London Ends takes the viewer on a journey to the places where the city ceases to be a city and becomes a series of amalgamated villages. Sleepy and yet full of life, the places where London ‘ends’ are the places that Ebeling has been drawn to with his camera for many years, culminating in a 250km circular walk to join them all together.”

London Ends is published by Fishbar and costs £37. Images from the book are on display at Fishbar Gallery, 176 Dalston Lane, E8 1NG.

Image © Philipp Ebeling