Living Like This by Daniel Meadows. First edition (1975). First impression. In very good condition. Signed by Daniel Meadows to copyright page. Very slight yellowing to front cover and small scuffs. Please see pictures. PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch.
About Living Like This
'Living Like This' is Meadows' account of his adventures in the 'Free Photographic Omnibus' between September 1973 and November 1974, when he travelled to 22 different towns and cities offering free portrait sessions and collecting stories. When recounting the book's many tales, he is clear about his documentary ambitions: I hope everyone who reads the stories will be able to enjoy a snatch of life as it is lived by someone else. As it is only by appreciating each other's circumstances that we can hope to improve our world.
Daniel Meadows (b. 1962) was born in Great Washbourne, Gloucestershire. Daniel Meadows has spent a lifetime recording British society as a photographer, documentarian and digital storyteller. As well as challenging the status quo by working in a collaborative way. Therefore allowing him to capture extraordinary aspects of ordinary life through pictures. As well as audio recordings and short movies. In 1973-74 Meadows toured England in the Free Photographic bus, where he ran free portrait studios in towns and cities across the country. So, Daniel Meadows’s account of that journey: Living Like This – Around Britain in the Seventies, was published in 1975.