A collection of original images and writing related to the death of some people I knew. The images are repeated three times, first on a white screen printed background, secondly in full strength and finally tinted at about 30%. It is a personal memorial to their lives. I will undoubtedly have to make a second volume in the future. 
Some of the images were taken at the funerals of the people I have written about. 

Why is their so little photography at funerals? We photograph all the other key events in our lives...

Limited edition, A5, hand stitched, digitally printed zine on mixed coloured paper.

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