By Daniel Loveday
Published by ADM Publishing
Collated Observations, 40 Pages
Coming Soon. January 2021
Seaside Glory, is documentation of coastal towns around the UK, a continuation of the photographer’s study on these places. This issue covers seaside towns such as Blackpool Hastings and New Brigton, taking a look at the differences and similarities that these places share. The project was taken over a period of 5 years, this is a selection of those images taken across that time.
Blue Mud and Chalk
By Daniel Loveday
Published by Tyrocollective
Handmade Book, 20 Pages
Coming Soon. March 2021
Blue Mud and Chalk, is documentation of the Medway Towns, a continuation of the photographer’s study on the area. Previous work focused on a number of mini series titled, Untold Lives, which explored a three different people’s stories that live in Medway. The area is made up of five main towns and has a number of villages that also surround the area, each with their own charm and story to tell. Its history can be found engraved in the landscape either side of the River Medway.
Open call hosted by Antics Publications between
May and July 2020
Published by Antics Publications, 2020 - AP012
Hard Cover + Debossed
8.5” x 10.5"
88 Pages, gloss full color
+ Uncoated insert pages
+ Four triptych spreads
Special Featured Guest: Michal Chelbin
Contributors: Ada Zielinska, Alexandre Silberman, Alys Tomlinson, Ana Zibelnik, André Viking, Anne Eder, Annie Frame, Ben Huff, Callum Royle, Dan Moga,
Daniel Loveday, Daniel Rampulla, David Nelson Hospers, Evan Perkins, Fred Mitchell, Giuseppe Lacorazza, Guy Greenberg, Harlan Crichton, Jenia Fridlyand, John David Richardson, Jorge Valdivieso
Guerra, Judith Black, Kristan Klimczak, Matthew Carroll, Matthew Shaw, Mikaela Martin, Paul Cohen, Sam Angel
‘Humanity is now standing at a crossroads. We must decide which path we want to take.’ — Greta Thunberg.
Portrait of Humanity, presented by 1854 Media, exists to show that there is more that unites us than sets us apart. This collection of 200 intimate portraits and stories – shot by photographers all over the world – reminds us of our common struggles, our deep bonds and, perhaps most importantly in light of the global pandemic, the restorative power of community.
Published by Hoxton Mini Press
320pp, cloth spine, 151mm x 199mm.