WRITTEN BY JOHN MACPHERSON
Interested in documentary photography?
Want to find compelling stories but not sure where to look?
Curious about the ethics of representation?
Watch this; an insightful film by Neale James about photographer Jim Mortram and his ongoing documentary work with his small community in Dereham, Norfolk.
- I'm a carer in my family home
Jim Mortram: “My photographs are about the endurance some people need ju...
This blog post features Jim Mortram. A talented photographer who captures the everyday lives of those who live in Dereham (County of Norfolf
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Brighton Photo Fringe business: MiniClick talk, Tim Andrews Over the Hil...
The Brighton Biannual and companion Photo Fringe festival are now in full swing. I’ve not got any stand alone shows in this years festival b
Syrian refugees: ‘We want to go home. That is our dream’
As millions flee the conflict in Syria, the region’s humanitarian crisis grows by the day. Acclaimed war photographer Giles Duley travelled
The Goob: putting the anger in East Anglia - Venice film festival review...
Guy Myhill’s debut feature breaks little new ground in the socio-realist coming-of-age stakes, but at least the ground itself is the cinemat
'I photograph people who don't have a voice': Jim Mortram's Norfolk port...
For almost a decade, Jim Mortram has been chronicling the 'secrets, traumas and joys' of people living on the margins in rural Norfolk. Here
From the Battlefield to the Comedy Stage: Healing Bobby Henline | LightB...
Having survived an IED blast that killed four of his fellow servicemen and left him with burns covering almost 40% of his body, Iraq War Vet
Intimate & Untold Stories through Brilliant Portraits by J A Mortram...
Portraits with a deep word for emotions and pain. J A Mortram documents these stories from his small rural livelihood. These pictures tells
Jim Mortram's latest addition to his Small Town Inertia series
We were admirers of photographer Jim Mortram’s work for awhile and were excited when he agreed to do an interview about his Small Town Inert
Why Looking for Light: Jane Bown is the one film you should watch this w...
Andrew Pulver explains why Luke Dodd and Michael Whyte's documentary about Observer photographer Jane Bown is worth your time this week
Athens after the Olympics: the making of the film Future Suspended
From mass privatisations to the crackdown on migrants and the devaluation of all Athenians' lives, our documentary puts the Greek capital's
Nine Recently Acquired Photography Books / Publications
A little run down of the photo books I’ve acquired, most of which I got by attending photographer’s talks and book launches which means I ge