Gavin Maxwell explores the liminal spaces between belief and faith and fact.
Alex and Gavin sat down to discuss his work in film and stills photography on Wednesday 10th of February at the AS Printing studios
- Amongst many interesting strands of conversation these are some that stand out:
- The wistful understanding of the transience of life…
- The hunt for truth in the larger body of one’s work.
- Shooting exclusively on film.
- The existence of ‘Thin Places’.
- The way a photograph should be consumed.
- The strange interplay between seemingly unrelated work.
Gavin Maxwell is a leading film-maker and photographer who has spent over 20 years making natural history, anthropological and environmental programmes for the BBC Natural History Unit and BBC Science.
His Wild China and Japan: Earth’s Enchanted Islands programmes have been viewed by millions of people worldwide. Gavin has also co-written two books for Random House, and lectured at the Royal Geographical Society in the UK and abroad. This year one of his large format film photographs of a human skeleton is a finalist Royal Photographic Society International Print competition.
Gavin’s website is www.gcmaxwell.com
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