À propos du livre
Generated from years of unpublished photography newly sequenced and designed, through various photographic formats THE LIGHT THAT'S LOST takes the reader and observer through a self-reflective portrait and confession of Paul's interpretation of his pursuit for light. In a poetic muse on his life, he develops an aesthetic narrative through his images and writing, seeing from his present into the past remembered anew, imagined future and a search for the lost. Investigation, memoir, visual essay and fiction convene through photography and writing in Paul Vernon’s personal debut book. The first book in his new Candlelight Flavoured Bubblegum series.
Published as a premium hardback on January 18th 2020
198 pages, matte finish cover, 15x23cm / 6x9 inches
105 GSM premium white uncoated paper with "rich blacks and deep colours"
173 colour photographs, 16 monochrome photographs, 26 pages of accompanying text
Printing fulfilled by Blurb Books and delivered by UPS.
SIGNED copies can be requested from the author's website.
Caractéristiques et détails
- Catégorie principale: Livres d'art et de photographie
- Catégories supplémentaires Royaume-Uni (R.-U.), Biographies et mémoires
Format choisi: 15×23 cm
# de pages: 198
- Couverture rigide imprimée: 9781714401192
- Date de publication: févr 08, 2020
- Langue English
- Mots-clés London, dreams, countryside, formats, light
Captain Cowboy is Paul Vernon's independent press. A short time ago Paul delved back into years of his unpublished photography as new work blossomed, developing into photobooks and a filmmaker exploring a fresh medium of bookmaking. Captain Cowboy the character dreamt up in front of Paul's camera lens by his sister in the award-winning short documentary A Film By Abigail. @CAP.COW on Instagram. Paul is the creator of experimental, dance and documentary films screened worldwide notably at Artists Forum Festival of The Moving Image in New York, LACMA, BAFTA, London Short Film Festival at the ICA and at Cinetekton International Film & Architecture Festival. He has worked in roles for clients such as Disney, Netflix, BBC and Channel 4 in a filmmaking environment.