Photography has been in my blood since childhood when, aged 8, I received a Kodak Instamatic camera from my grandmother, a turning point from which I never looked back.
In adult life, The Lifeboat Station Project has become my epic mission to document all 238 RNLI lifeboat stations using photography, audio, film and writing.
And there’s a twist! I work as the Victorians used to, making the photographs on glass from my mobile darkroom, a decommissioned NHS ambulance called Neena.
To learn more, I invite you to watch the film made by Sean Tucker in 2022 (below) and visit the project’s dedicated website — the living archive of the journey that I’ve been making since January 2015:
Hello Jack it was great to meet you today.Thanks for sharing your portfolio.I love your project. Hope to see more of your lovely work soon . If was not such a poor photographer I would buy a print. All the best
Good to meet you too…remember to take a look over on the Project’s site, though — it’s all a bit quiet on this channel at the moment! Jack