Selected pieces collected from a decade of personal journeys, form a homage to a father who travelled as a merchant seaman and conscripted soldier in the late 1940s and into the 1950s.
The title references the voyages bringing grain from North America to post-war Europe as part of the Marshall Plan and also the act of carrying photographic images on film. Content of this book ranges from collages of found and given objects, to specific sites of both personal and historic importance.
Trip_Transporting Grain was launched at the disused Strand Underground Station and went on to win an Extraordinary Award at the prestigious Nikon / PDN Awards in New York City.
Profits from sales of this book have so far raised over eight hundred pounds for Cancer Research UK, in memory of Edward Hunter and only one hundred copies from the original print run of five hundred remain available.