The year kicked off with Foyles giving me a shelf with my name on it, a talk at Photo-Forum and the publication of the second edition of Anti-Skateboarding Devices. In April I took part in The Photocopy Club exhibition at Urban Spree in Berlin, the Café Royal Books Index 2014 project at the University of Central Lancashire and Half Tone at the Open Space Gallery in Copenhagen.
My fifth zine Queer was published in May. Twelve raw images over 24 black and white pages of my close friend Dom Lyne. Tattoos, sexuality and mental health with a nod to American novelist Dennis Cooper. Shot over two years in Dom’s London home in Camden Town. Also in May, I took part in the Long Live Southbank exhibition at the Undercroft which was followed by the London Festival of Architecture exhibition and Miniclick talk at the Anise Gallery.
The summer started with Anti-Skateboarding Devices being featured in the Guardian, then a talk at The Photographers’ Gallery on Larry Clark and in August Millbank and that Van was published by Café Royal Books.
September I took part in a group show at The Print Room in Malaysia and the brilliant Long Live Southbank book was published in October. Anti-Skateboarding Devices was also reviewed in Source Magazine.
Huge thanks to everyone who bought a zine or book and came to a talk or exhibition. I would like to wish you all the best for 2015.
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