'I long to have such a memorial of every being dear to me in the world. It is not merely the likeness which is precious in such cases - but the association and sense of nearness involved in the thing the fact of the very shadow of the person lying there fixed forever!' Elizabeth Barrett Browning 1843. In 'Every Being Dear To Me' I photograph my children and the spaces we inhabit together. It is a long-term venture, the motivations behind which are complex, tangled and difficult to name. Fundamentally the compulsion to photograph my family is rooted in the promise photography makes, of taking a moment and holding it forever still.
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