Luke Allan
Ursula Cheng

Carolyn Angelo
Tobias Cook

Tom Benn
Kirsten Cowie

Emily Bone
Andrew Denholm

Sarah Christie
Elizabeth Stewart

Jack Clark
Eileen Glass

Edward Keeble
Imogen Scott

Kerrick Newstead
Anette Fritsen

Laura C-Harries
Lindsay Grime

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Alison GlanvilleJones

Sam Elliot
Laura Darling

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Gillian Kirkland

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Jaimie Lane

Miranda Jackson
Trine Mangernes

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Lindsay McBirnie

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Lucy McCririck

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I suppose I should begin with my name. It has been such a while since I have shared human company. All of this feels peculiar. My name is Graham Gordon. I work behind a flat screen computer monitor, selling wristwatches and clocks on Ebay. In the days before rent prices increased, I owned an antique clock shop that I inherited from my father, but he died a long time ago. For five years before the move, the shop was like an empty theatre; I would spend my time walking the isles, wiping away the dust in the company of ticking sounds and the occasional beep, signifying the end of another hour. One day I read about Ebay businesses in the Daily Telegraph; about two weeks later I listed the lease to my shop in the local paper. Sometimes I miss the bell ringing as a customer would enter, causing my stomach to jolt a little, but I make more money now, which I suppose is a good thing. I am hoping to retire soon. When I do, I will capture unstable environments in watercolour. I’ve never been very good at painting, though. I suppose I can learn.


TEXT by Sam Elliott + IMAGES by Laura Darling