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We have just produced a double-sided full-colour sheet for explorer Alastair Humphreys – he may be a well-seasoned traveller, but this is the first mappazine Alastair has commissioned…

There Are Other Rivers: One Day on the Road/On Foot in India is a photographic journey interspersed with insights and thoughts. Alastair Humphreys walked across southern India, following a holy river from the ocean to its source and then down to the other coast. Travelling alone, immersing himself in fresh experiences, the adventure provided time to reflect on his long fascination with the open road. Humphreys explores two different themes: the allure of difficult journeys and the repeating rhythm of each individual day.

A longer version of There Are Other Rivers is available as a print book and a Kindle eBook.

side 1 One Day on the Road

side 2 On Foot in India

The mappazine is available to buy directly from Alastair’s website.

Alastair has been named as one of the National Geographic Adventurers of the Year 2012 – read more about it here.

A double-sided catalogue and monograph

This is the first PROfile sheet to contain a landscape cover and a portrait spread…

Textures of Time: landscape architecture is an investigation of the exposed surfaces created through mineral extraction at key localities around Sussex. Looking at the connection of these sites to geology, archaeology andhistory, Chivers’ work draws our attention, not only to the physical appearance of the rocks, but also to what lies beyond the surface, as each image has the potential for discovery.

Click on the link to view more of Richard’s work www.rchivers.co.uk

Photographic works shown at Amberley Working Museum, Sussex.

A double-sided catalogue and monograph

Luce Choules’ photographic study ‘Flow: Edit.’ was commissioned by Birmingham-based FusionPlus as part of their Art & Sport projects programme. The project involved deaf athlete Nicola Hewish of Ironbridge Rowing Club in the Midlands, and Choules’ documentation of her sport. The resulting images are published here as a record of quiet moments witnessed during the busy training sessions. The publication also includes ‘Field Work: Editorial Cartography’ – a selection of images produced from trips and expeditions in the last six years.

A double-sided exhibition catalogue and monograph.

With combined interests in African studies, Anthropology and Photography Winckler journeyed to Niger to follow in the footsteps of 19th century German explorer Heinrich Barth. The publication documents the artist’s personal impressions, includes exhibition commentary from Adrienne Chambon, and features the community photography project ‘Stories from Agadez: Life as it is Now’.

www.juliawinckler.com

© Julia Winckler 2008

© Julia Winckler 2008

Exhibition Info

17th April – 21st June, The Brunei Gallery, SOAS, London 2008

www.soas.ac.uk/gallery

This mappazine is an independent forum for travel writing and photography. ken360 is a publication about journeys – an amazing sheet of stories and photographs from around the world. A collection of inspirational people, places and experiences fill each issue.

Highlights from this issue include: Before the King Fell: a tale from Nepal / The Remote West Coast of Jura / Dark Side of the Moon: Rory Maclean in Isfahan (Iran) / Ski de Fond in Chamonix / Mt. Pilatus / Dawn of the North / the Swedish Sea Rescue Society + other interesting material sent in from far and wide.

A double-sided exhibition catalogue and monograph.

Marysa Dowling’s photographic study ‘The Movement of an Object’ was commissioned by The Photographers’ Gallery as part of their off-site project programme. The project involved a collaborative process between thirty individuals across London and the passage of a single banal object between them. The resulting series of images are published here, alongside these intriguing portraits are essays by Chris Townsend and Helen James and a selection of Dowling’s other work.

www.marysadowling.co.uk

Exhibition Info

29th June – 2nd September 2007, The Photographers’ Gallery, London

www.photonet.org.uk

This mappazine is an independent forum for travel writing and photography. ken360 is a publication about journeys – an amazing sheet of stories and photographs from around the world. A collection of inspirational people, places and experiences fill each issue.

Highlights from this issue include: A Tale of Turkish Hospitality / Gallipoli- walking the peninsula / Along the Thin White Line (a diary account of a cycle tour across America). Articles and images of Finland, the Isle of Skye and Cambodia also feature on the sheet.

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