Introducing new work for 2018. Snowbound is an exhibition of photography documenting the Great British freestyle ski and snowboard team’s road to Pyeongchang. Below highlights the limited edition supplement Diesel Books produced for the Snowbound exhibition launch at House of Vans, London, on 25th January, 2018.
Delighted to see Roadside Britain and Desert Fest feature in this months issue of Practical Photography magazine:
Talking food and photography with the good folk at The Pisacco Chronicle. New Roadside Britain feature online: http://thepisaccochronicle.com/articles/cooking-soul-sam-mellish
Pleased to share news that Desert Fest now features on PropaMag.com
Ahead of launching our latest work, Desert Fest this weekend, here’s a new interview by the lovely Ameena Rojee from of the land & us. Follow the clink and read how our newest tile was created. Thank-you.
© Sam Mellish 2017
Featuring T Jay Tarantino captured at the 5th Desertfest | read more at of the land & us
We’re delighted to offer a preview of our latest title. Hot off the press is Desert Fest, a limited edition Zine featuring photography from one of the finest independent heavy metal music festivals around. This unique 52 page booklet shows 41 portraits captured at the 5th annual Desertfest in Camden last April. All images were shot using a large format, Zone VI camera. Printed on 100% recycled paper, with each Zine numbered, the work will be launched at the 6th Desertfest on 28th April, 2017.
More information about Desertfest here
Roadside Britain features on the BBC
Diesel Books are both proud and delighted to have images from our second book, Roadside Britain, represented by The Story Institute: See more here
We’re delighted to announce details of Sam Mellish’s RPS contemporary group talk this March, talking about Commercial photography Roadside Britain & getting published with Diesel Books. Interested in going, click here for more details:
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