Two cliffs is a piece which documents the two sides of The Channel at their nearest point, both photographed on the same day. It draws our attention to the physical material which shapes our environment and how the slow crumbling of the cliffs have led to the separation into two separate land masses, separated by 21miles of seawater.

Two Cliffs is part of a larger body of work about British culture and identity. Originally created as a book in which this image formed the cetrefold, it is now available in a combination of text and image as an A2 archival print on cotton rag paper.

May 21, 2023