Paul Clarke takes the most unlikely and unpromising groups of people and turns them into heroes and angels. But his pictures imply his own disembodiment, he is the Macavity of the gatherings he frequents. So here he is in a double act with William Heath, bringing together two people who more than most represent a disinterested passion for better government.
Of Paul’s own pictures from yesterday, this is the most stunning. I love the way he uses the mundane architecture of a 21st century office block as a springboard to show a familiar building in a wholly unfamiliar way.
Originally posted on a now archived posterous site of reflections on UKGC11.