Graeme Webb’s beautiful and emotive images are rooted in his childhood memories of growing up in post-war London. His Bleak House work remembers a bomb site where he once played with his friends. These memories have been lovingly re-constructed as models and dioramas, painstakingly lit and then patiently photographed. This process transforms his ephemeral recollections into three-dimensional objects and finally into captivating photographic images.
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