Stock photography by grahame soden at Alamy






The Royal Photographic Society was founded in 1853 "to promote the Art and Science of Photography" - a mission it continues to this day


In 2011 I was awarded my Associate Distinction, ARPS, by the Royal Photographic Society. My submission was by way of an A3 photo-book with five separate mounted prints. The theme was Germany's (and Europe's) troubled past and followed the journey of the Final Solution from the house in Wannsee where it was ratified, to the railway platforms where the deportations began and ended, to the camps themselves. It was, and still is, a sombre journey. If you wish to accompany me then please click on the slideshow below.




Recently, a copy of this Photo-Book was accepted for use in the library & learning centre of The Holocaust Educational Trust, London