This is Photobus by Daniel Meadows, homepage of the Free Photographic Omnibus and Digital Stories. Photobus is a journey in photo documentary. It began in the 1970s with still photographs and continues into the present, a time when pictures have discovered the talkies.
...I lived in a double-decker bus, reg. JRR 404, better known as the Free Photographic Omnibus. She was my home, my travelling darkroom and gallery.
For fourteen months in 1973 and '74, we travelled about making a national portrait of the English. We covered 10,000 miles shooting pictures and giving them away. In January 1975 we parted company. But that wasn't the end of the journey...
I'm still working:
Daniel Meadows, keynote speaker at symposium, Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.
Liz Johnston Drew of Birkbeck College finds a 'lyrical turn' in English documentary photography.
Reactions to The Story 2016 (19 February) in a 'storify' of tweets and photos.
My exhibition Daniel Meadows: Early Photographic Works has been purchased by the James Hyman Collection and can now be viewed online.
r/t: 2 min, 23 sec.
In the UK when we ask: "Where are you from?" we want to know a lot more than just your place of birth.
This story is about the England I come from.
Digital Story. 1991. I Photograph to Remember. First published as an interactive CD-ROM, this intensely moving story about Meyer's parents in old age is now available for iPod download from his ZoneZero website. I first saw it at Impressions Gallery, York, in the summer of 1994. Aside from its length (35 minutes) it is, in every other respect, a "Digital Story", just like the Capture Wales stories we started making in 2001.