A dream from Japan, December 2015. 23 prints and a book of 48 photographs, all drawn from the images, I took in Japan with my Father. Japan was the last time I saw him before he died and the last photos ever taken of him. It is a series of images captured in documentary – about isolation, mortality, spirituality and space. Moments of the human, and spiritual – within the rigid, and formed. And of my Father.
Matthew’s work is focused around the relationship between people, land, mortality and spirituality. Recent work includes a documentary series “Positive Movements” shot in Baltimore and Philadelphia. Reportage photography series shot in Iran, and Russia. A book of images taken in Japan, “For My Father”, published via Palm* (UK). And a second book of images taken across South America, “Driving Too Long To Be Somewhere To See A Girl”, to be published in 2018.