Visit Amazon Books and buy Living Like This – Around Britain in the Seventies by Daniel Meadows. ISBN 0 09 911400 3




Visit Amazon Books and buy The Bus – The Free Photographic Omnibus 1973-2001, an adventure in documentary by Daniel Meadows. ISBN 1 86046 842




Visit Amazon Books and buy Nattering In Paradise – A Word from the Suburbs, by Daniel Meadows. ISBN 0 671 69890 7

Books
* Meadows, Daniel. (1975) Living Like This – Around Britain in the Seventies. London: Arrow Books.
* Meadows, Daniel. (1988) Nattering In Paradise – A Word from the Suburbs. London: Simon & Schuster.
* Meadows, Daniel. (1993) Set Pieces – Being About Film Stills Mostly. London: BFI Publications.
* Meadows, Daniel. (1997) National Portraits – Photographs from the 1970s by Daniel Meadows, edited by Val Williams. Salford: Viewpoint Photography Gallery, and Derby: Montage Gallery.


* Meadows, Daniel. (2001) The Bus – The Free Photographic Omnibus 1973-2001. London: The Harvill Press.
* Williams, Val. (2011) Daniel Meadows: Edited Photographs from the 70s and 80s. Brighton: Photoworks.

 

Books Illustrated include
* Palmer, Tony. (1982) Julian Bream, a Life on the Road. London & Sydney. Macdonald & Co.

 

Book Chapters include
* Meadows, Daniel. (1975) The Free Photographic Omnibus in Sykes, H; Schwob, C; Myers, J; Meadows, D; Campbell, B; Banish, R; Dobbie, I and Carter, P, British Image 1. London: Arts Council of Great Britain.
* Meadows, Daniel. (1999) Then and Now in Jack, I, (ed.) Love Stories: Granta no. 68 (pp 105-142). London: Granta.
* Meadows, Daniel, and Kidd, Jenny. (2009) Capture Wales, The BBC Digital Storytelling Project in Hartley, J, and McWilliam, K, (eds.) Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Café Royal editions
* Stockport Gypsies 1971. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. First in a series of eight zines by Meadows. Edition of 200 copies.
* Bancroft Shed Weaving 1976. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. Edition of 200 copies.
* Bancroft Shed Engine House 1976. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. Edition of 200 copies.
* Weldone Boiler Fluers 1976–1977. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. Edition of 200 copies.
* Steeplejack 1976. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. Edition of 200 copies.
* Pig Killing 1975–1976. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. Edition of 200 copies.
* Welfare State International 1976–1983. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. Edition of 200 copies.
* Clayton Ward 1978. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. Edition of 200 copies.
* Eight Stories. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2015. Edition of 50 copies. Box set of the eight 2015 publications (above) including a DVD of short films corresponding to each book.
* The Shop on Greame Street 1972. Southport: Café Royal Books, 2016. Edition of 250 copies. 

 



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Julian Watson
r/t: 3 min, 7 sec.

Almost forty years on, Julian Watson — who edited my first book Living Like This for Hutchinson — muses on a picture I took of him in 1974.

<< Agee and Evans >>
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James Agee and Walker Evans. Book. 1941. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. Sent in 1936 to produce a magazine article on the poverty of white sharecroppers in Alabama, Agee and photographer Evans stretched out the assignment and made a book instead. Agee didn't have a rule book to tell him what precisely to document. So he precisely documented everything: from the depth of dust in a drawer to his passionate feelings for one of his subjects. Here he observes a family preparing to be photographed by Evans: "...looking into your eyes and seeing thus, how each of you is a creature which has never in all time existed before and which shall never in all time exist again and which is not like any other and which has the grand stature and natural warmth of every other..."