Following the fisherwomen

Multi-award winning documentary photographer Craig Easton tells us about his latest social documentary photography projects ‘Fisherwomen’ and ‘Bank Top’.

Craig Easton started off as a press photographer for the Independent in the early 1980s but it was his desire to tell longer-form stories that led him to documentary work. He’s worked extensively around the British coast for the last 25 years or so and has won two TPOTY awards with the resulting images.


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By Diana Jarvis

Diana is a writer and editor at Eye for the Light. She has a BA in History of Art and an MSc in Environment and Sustainability and has worked in travel publishing for 18 years as a photographer, book designer and writer for a wide range of publications. She’s also the Publishing and Photography Director at the British Guild of Travel Writers and undertakes travel and tourism photography commissions. You can see her work at www.dianajarvis.co.uk.