From 25 April - 4 June 2014; Private View: Friday 25 April 18:00-20:00
exhibition of a long-term photographic project of a journey into the
culture and visual representation of a 93 mile stretch of historic “A”
road. Bricked up buildings, road side cafes, open fields, waitresses,
KFC, Stonehenge Solstices and a human encroachment that depicts all that
is English and all that is traditional along this famous southern road
that stretches through five counties from Hampshire, through Wiltshire,
Dorset, Somerset and Devon.
Thomas Dryden Kelsey is a British
documentary photographer based in the UK. His work focuses on long term
social documentary projects home and abroad. He also works on
commissioned, independent and street photography. He received a Bachelor
(Hons) in documentary and photojournalism from The University of
For more information, visit his website.