And a rebirth to a classic comp I made in 2002. The artwork will be used on some new products coming out soon in Paris. Keep you posted about that!

And a rebirth to a classic comp I made in 2002. The artwork will be used on some new products coming out soon in Paris. Keep you posted about that!

My behemoth image of selfridges for a campaign. Made by comping over 250 images together, it took almost a year to make. Final result is a 300cm piece of art!

My behemoth image of selfridges for a campaign. Made by comping over 250 images together, it took almost a year to make. Final result is a 300cm piece of art!

Another bit of (relatively recent) press. My studio image of Su Blackwells artwork published in Harpers Bazaar

Another bit of (relatively recent) press. My studio image of Su Blackwells artwork published in Harpers Bazaar

Blueprint magazine published my Hashima project a little while ago. Wrote the whole piece too.

Blueprint magazine published my Hashima project a little while ago. Wrote the whole piece too.

New bit of published work for Elle Decor Italia. Barber & Osgerby

New bit of published work for Elle Decor Italia. Barber & Osgerby

http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=gTE0RoHDZbg&u=/watch?v=0JZb7B079YA&feature=share

A featurette by Erwin Schulz to accompany my photographic project, Hashima. www.hashima.co.uk

acehotel:

Hashima Island, Japan
A few months ago, our friend and collaborator Andrew Meredith took a trip to the Hashima Island, on the Southwest coast of Japan. The island, a coal mining settlement established in the 1800s, was once the most densely inhabited place on earth. However, it had been completely deserted since the early 1970s, when the Government of Nagasaki decided to close the mine.
Even though people left, the buildings where they used to work and live, along with their belongings remained untouched and suspended in time as a testimony of a city that once was and shut down in a bat of an eye.
Through photography, Andrew Meredith was able to raise awareness on the existence of this hidden place, where none of us will probably ever go. Meredith’s intense and resonant photographs of the inanimate apartments, school, hospital and mine manage to express what it used to be on the Island and, in a way, give it a second life.
The full photo-report is viewable here.

acehotel:

Hashima Island, Japan

A few months ago, our friend and collaborator Andrew Meredith took a trip to the Hashima Island, on the Southwest coast of Japan.
The island, a coal mining settlement established in the 1800s, was once the most densely inhabited place on earth. However, it had been completely deserted since the early 1970s, when the Government of Nagasaki decided to close the mine.

Even though people left, the buildings where they used to work and live, along with their belongings remained untouched and suspended in time as a testimony of a city that once was and shut down in a bat of an eye.

Through photography, Andrew Meredith was able to raise awareness on the existence of this hidden place, where none of us will probably ever go. Meredith’s intense and resonant photographs of the inanimate apartments, school, hospital and mine manage to express what it used to be on the Island and, in a way, give it a second life.

The full photo-report is viewable here.

Andrew Meredith

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The Test project I recently completed for my labour of love project in Japan is now completed. It was a great test of the kit in difficult lighting conditions, similar to what I will get in southern Japan. Also shooting somewhere I shouldn’t have been so a nice exercise in working quickly and concisely before I get discovered. Working on 5x4 in film is a slow process but I was pleased with the way I picked it back up after 8 years of using digital equipment.

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Andrew Meredith Photography on facebook

Happy Christmas everyone.

If I get 50 likes today on my Andrew Meredith Photography Facebook page I will draw a name out of an actual hat to win a signed and numbered limited edition print of your own choice from my new project Arctic Circles

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Meredith-Photography/127153410689911?fref=ts

images can be chosen from www.meredithphoto.tumblr.com

happy ‘liking’

best regards
Andrew

Image taken from my current ongoing personal project surrounding the Arctic Circle in Transition.

Image ©Andrew Meredith 2012

Image taken from my current ongoing personal project surrounding the Arctic Circle in Transition.

Image ©Andrew Meredith 2012

Image taken from my current ongoing personal project surrounding the Arctic Circle in Transition.

Image ©Andrew Meredith 2012

Image taken from my current ongoing personal project surrounding the Arctic Circle in Transition.

Image ©Andrew Meredith 2012