A multi-award-winning photojournalist by trade, in this series of personal photographs, Glossop explores the purpose of image-making and allows himself to be drawn to the banal and mysterious, shooting evocative scenes that ask more questions than they answer. The austere, eerie minimalism of the set is in contrast to the vibrant, attention-grabbing aesthetic of his editorial and commercial work. Depicted in the images are scenes with latent potential, like the opening or closing frame of a film.

The work is inspired by the sayings of the late Buddhist teacher Kodo Sawaki, the photography of Mark Power and the paintings of George Shaw.

Limited edition fine art archival prints (1/40) are available and are POA. Contact James by email here.