“I was aware there would be some photographs on there that I would have liked to see without the addition of another frame over the top. Some of the last photographs I had of one of my best friends were hidden in the rolls somewhere, and I was worried about losing them. As it turned out, one of these particular photographs became the most successful in terms of delivering exactly what I was trying to convey. There’s a sadness to the work, but it’s necessary, and as it should be. But the world happens to be immensely beautiful, and I hope I’ve at least conveyed some of that beauty in the photographs.”

Al Brydon in conversation with Cary Benbow (3/4)

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