Harry Lawlor is a photographer based in Cornwall, UK.
“My work is based around landscapes and how they are shaped over time. I like to think of my photographs as the point where my own experience and the experience’s of the landscape intersect. There are layers of history that exist in any given environment, all have left their mark in one way or another, overlapping and merging to construct a narrative of place and how people have (or have not) interacted with it over time. This notion of narrative is often disrupted or distorted, bringing together the real and the imagined to create something in between.”