Colin Pantall, UK
On 23rd June 2016, Britain voted narrowly to leave the EU. Three weeks later, on July 13th, David Cameron, architect of the referendum resigned as prime-minister. On 29 March 2017, Theresa May, the next prime-minister formally began the withdrawal process by invoking Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. Following two years of parliamentary chaos, she resigned on 7th June, 2019, leaving Boris Johnston to become prime-minister on 23rd July, 2019.
Colin Pantall is a writer, lecturer and photographer based in Bath, Europe.
His photographic work focusses on his immediate domestic environment. He writes for a range of publications including World Press Photo, The British Journal of Photography, Photomonitor, and Source Magazine. He teaches on photography undergraduate and postgraduate courses and runs an online series of lectures through the RPS linking contemporary photography to global, historical, and theoretical perspectives.
His photography focusses on domestic environments and family, and include his projects All Quiet on the Home Front, My German Family Album, and Sofa Portraits. His latest publication, Brexit Pictures, is currently available for purchase late 2020, advance orders only. You don’t know what you are going to get, it won’t make sense, it won’t be value for money, you can’t see it. But you can buy it via the website below.