American Circus in Britain I & II
Uncle sam’s great american circus has been entertaining crowds for over 30 years. It is magic – a vacant lot is transformed into a thiving village of dance and wonder under the Big Yop. The circus is an elusive character, rife with conplexities and contradictions. My photographs are portraits of the many unique individuals whose paths have converged at this time and place; a period of sixty minutes in the fall of 2010 in the town of Ellesmere Port, Northwest Britain.
Pages: 36 pages (each)
Type of paper: Luster paper, fujifilm archivable