So, after some urging from a few people, I put all the best pictures I took from the Sambodromo call room in Rio into a photobook. It’s taken quite a while to construct and print a version I’m happy with, but we’ve finally got there.
It’s somewhere between sport, portrait and documentary photography. I got lucky. I doubt anyone else will have that kind of access in an Olympic venue again, least of all me. As a book, it’s less about archery, more a little meditation on sport; the few moments before perhaps the most important few minutes of your life.
It’s over thirty of the best images, in colour and black and white, printed on premium matte paper and in a full colour wraparound hardback. Really, really nice quality and would, naturally, make a lovely Christmas gift. 🙂 It includes a foreword by me. Some of the images have never been published before on the web or anywhere else.
The first run will be a very limited edition, signed and numbered at the back, and will also be available at a special price. It’s not the cheapest thing to do short runs of books, after that, you *might* be able to buy it direct from the printer, but it’ll be more expensive. Will be shipping in about a week or so.
If you are interested in getting your hands on a copy, email me ASAP with ‘photobook’ in the subject line. Let me know where you would need shipping to. My contact email is in the right hand column. Over there and down a bit —-> 🙂 Will be in touch about prices / shipping shortly – the more people order, the cheaper it gets…
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LEGAL STUFF: This photobook is reportage and is not endorsed by, or associated in any way with, the IOC or Rio 2016.