Sally Hedges Greenwood is an Associate of The Royal Photographic Society. Following a successful career in the exhibition industry she attended Buckinghamshire New University as a mature student to formalise her love of the medium, having started to take photographs when she was 5 or 6 years old. She has a degree in Applied Photography and Digital Imaging and is a member of The Alliance of Independent authors. She publishes the ‘With Photography®’ series of books through her company SAbstract Ltd.
The first book in the series is entitled ‘With Photography – not just an autobiography’. There are a few copies of The Limited Edition still available but only from us, although listed on Amazon. It explores photography generally as well as having some autobiographical content. It is fully illustrated with over 1300 photographs. There is also a paperback version available which can be purchased from us or from Amazon.
The second book in the series: ‘Making Connections With Photography®‘ extracts and expands on the autobiographical content of the first book. In effect, therefore, it is ‘just the autobiography‘. Again, fully illustrated, it reveals the story of Sally’s life and how she used photography in less traditional ways to survive the abusive elements of her childhood. The methods she used have changed over the years are detailed with examples of her work and accompanying explanations.
Sally’s university dissertation is entitled ‘The Power in Photography’ and that body of work explores how others have used their own photography in similar ways, sometimes without their own realisation initially. The dissertation, written in 2004 is currently being updated and will be published soon as the forerunner to the series.
More traditional styles of photography are revealed in the next two books in the series: ‘Ryvita® Life With Photography®’, published in 2017, and ‘Bhaktivedanta Manor With Photography®, to be published shortly, are both documentary in style. Life in the Ryvita® factory in Poole, Dorset, UK was photographed and written between 2015 and 2017. Whereas, the photographic document of Bhaktivedanta Manor, which is the UK headquarters of the Hare Krishna movement, was photographed in 2004 and written in 2017.
Other books are currently in the pipeline, information will be released on these pages in due course.
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