A nod to Banister Fletcher.

I’ve photographed hundreds of monuments over my career and the accumulative imbibing of their epithets and styles has impacted me enormously.

For me, there’s nothing macabre or sad about them. They reveal generations of people who are actively re-imagining who they are and what they represent. As time moves on, the memorials reveal a constant desire for change through the latest styles, colours and typography.

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