Recently i was interviewed for Better Photography Magazine, India. The November 2018 issue is a special edition featuring 6 photographers who make photographs from home. I am delighted to be included, it’s both humbling and gratifying that my family work is still seen as relevant more than 3 years after publishing my book The Middle of Somewhere. I spoke with Conchita Fernandes about my photographic process and how it’s evolved over the years, along with my relationship with my daughters. You can read the on-line version here
Read the On-Line version here
is a Milan-based magazine of contemporary visual art from all over the world.
It’s wonderful and also humbling to see that this body of work is still receiving attention from international magazines, three & a half years after The Middle of Somewhere was published.
Interview with Olga Bubich for the Russian photography & visual culture magazine ‘Bird in Flight’. We discussed parenthood, photography and my photobook The Middle of Somewhere.
YOU CAN READ THE INTERVIEW HERE
NOTE: At the time of writing (Oct 30th 2018) it’s not yet translated to english, but google translate does a reasonably good job…
The Middle of Somewhere will be exhibited at Festival de la Luz, Argentina.The Encuentros Abiertos – Festival de la Luz is the biggest event of its kind in Latin America, with exhibitions of national and foreign artists in museums, cultural centers, and art spaces across Argentina.
I will also be presenting ‘The Photobook Process’ at the EAF Argentina School of Photography,
and delivering my talk ‘From London to the Bush’ at Centro Cultural mas acá, 4th August, 18:00hrs.
My trip to Argentina is made possible with the support of the Western Australian Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.
Come along to this educational talk from professional photographer Sam Harris. Hear about his journey from living his dream to become a professional photographer in the fast paced lifestyle of Central London’s music scene. At the height of his career he then took his family away from London to the Australian bush to recapture his passion for photography. This journey was recorded and turned into an award winning book – The Middle of Somewhere.
The Middle of Somewhere was a finalist at the POYi Awards for Best Photography Book, won the Australian Photobook of the Year 2015 People’s Choice Award, won the AIPP Book of the Year 2016, was a finalist at Les Rencontres d’Arles Book Award 2015 and at GuatePhoto Festival, Photo Espana, Athens Photo Festival, and Ceiba won the LUCIE Award for book publisher of the year 2015!
Sam’s journey, the equipment he used, how he met his clients, curated his award winning book, all will be revealed in this inspirational talk, aptly named from London to the Bush.
SUNDAY 1ST JULY 2018 6-8PM.
Shoot Photography Workshop,
232 Stirling St, Perth
Photo-Eye, the renowned US photobook store and blog recently featured The Middle of Somewhere as it’s book of the week with a lovely review by Daniel Boetker-Smith (Director of the Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive).
“I was asked by someone yesterday to describe Harris’ book in one sentence, I said without thinking: ‘it’s like looking at a Super-8 film in book form.’ This is a unique and special book.”