Haymaker - Forthcoming

Haymaker is the publication resulting from the RPS Environmental Busary of 2016.  Set deep in the boreal forest in Alberta, Canada. Haymaker tells the story of loss and hope as wildfire passes through the ecological frontier from wildland into wild suburbs. 

The boreal one of 18 of the earth's subsystems on tipping point due to anthroprogenic activity.



Faultine - Forthcoming

Traversing through misty landscapes to reach the harsh reality of decay in familiar human habitats, Faultline explores events of shared trauma imposed on natural and manmade environments. The series reflects scenes resulting from the distinct impacts of tectonic stress fractures and urban demolition, to lead the viewer on a journey that explores the tension between the landscape, human habitation and acts of nature. The question of habitat, both natural and constructed, echoes through the images as the affect of anxiety and displacement become embedded in the environment itself.



Sunday Best, Brownfield Estate - 2015

40 Pages, 148 mm × 210mm Edition of 200. First Edition SOLD OUT

A collection of 34 portraits from a single day within the Brownfield Community Centre. Organised with the help of The Estate Board, Poplar HARCA, local businesses, the mens group and many others to provide prizes, food, music, firewood and face painting for the children. To celebrate the unity of Brownfield Estate community.

Forward by the Sandra Chalmers, the Chair of the Brownfield Estate Board.

The Brownfield Estate is in Poplar, London E14

Self Published


Unrealised Projects. Volume 3 - 2005

57 pages, 148mm x 210mm. Edition of 200. First Edition SOLD OUT

Published by g&A Studios on the 4th of December 2005 in conjunction with the exhibition Unrealised Projects at g&A Studios 9 November - 11 December 2005.

Unrealised Projects is an active investigation into the potential of unrecognised, unfinished or unfulfilled ideas. We are collecting submitted project proposals from artists, designers, curators and writers which they have yet to realise or remain unwritten.

Sam Ely and Lynn Harris, 2004/05     

Vol. 3 expanded the archive with the contributers below and was been coordinated by Gretchen Geraets and Alan McFetridge, co-directors of G&A Studios, Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia. 2005.

AMJ Utilities, Paul Bruse @ The Glue Society, Brit Bunkley, Sarah CrowEST, Simon Horsburgh, Bronia Iwanczak, Anthony Johnson, Sarah Keighery and Billy Gruner, Ruark Lewis, Catherine Martin, Maria Miranda + Norie Neumark, out-of-sync, Pat Naldi and Suzzane Treister.

Self Published