An unexplored and unchallenged history was at the core of British identity at the end of the 1960s. Many of the cultural touchstones which were created then still permeate the national consciousness to this day.
IN ADMONTER, I EXPLORE HOW THE BRITISH IDENTITY OF TODAY WAS FORGED BY THE EVENT OF A DECADE THAT ENDED HALF A CENTURY AGO. LOOKING BACK BOTH AT MY NATIONAL AND PERSONAL HISTORIES, I USE MY CAMERA TO TELL A YET UNTOLD STORY.
7 3/4" x 10" print on 12" x 14" Japanese mulberry paper
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