Martin Usborne, Tea with five sugars
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Martin Usborne

Tea with five sugars, Hoxton, London, 2008
From the Joseph of Hoxton series
Website - MartinUsborne.com

Martin Usborne lives and works in London as a professional photographer and writer. He takes pictures of humans and other animals and is particularly interested in the relationship between the two. Martin has published four photography books: I’ve Lived in East London for 85.5 years about an old man that has only once left East London, My name is Moose about what it is like to be a dog in the recession, The Silence of Dogs in Cars portraits of melancholy dogs looking out of cars, and Fox about town from Nazraeli Press. He is now working on a written book about spending 365 days to save as many animals as possible.

Posted on Friday, May 18, 2012.

 

 

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