Christabel Jay
christabel.jay’s photostream on Flickr.Occupy London demo 26.10.11 - ‘In London we will occupy the stock exchange. Reclaiming space in the face of the financial system and using it to voice ideas for how we can work towards a better future. A future free from austerity, growing inequality, unemployment, tax injustice and a political elite who ignores its citizens, and work towards concrete demands to be met’

Occupy London 26.10.11Occupy London 26.10.11Occupy London 26.10.11Occupy London 26.10.11

christabel.jay’s photostream on Flickr.

Occupy London demo 26.10.11 - ‘In London we will occupy the stock exchange. Reclaiming space in the face of the financial system and using it to voice ideas for how we can work towards a better future. A future free from austerity, growing inequality, unemployment, tax injustice and a political elite who ignores its citizens, and work towards concrete demands to be met’

London March 8th October 2011

'Getting giddy over the upcoming blog feature: Behind the scenes at the @grensonshoes factory and a interview with the brilliant @cjayphoto

lovely twitter post courtesy of Weavers Door; online fashion blog and shop!

EXCITED

Sold…

two photos to a magazine, very nice!

Work was posted on a Men’s fashion site, small issue of the gender confusion. Classic though. 

Enjoy

Botton take 2

More photos from Botton, this time from the Dollshop and Food centre.

Botton Village is located on the North York Moors. The fields and houses are worked and lived in by a special community of people; half of whose inhabitants bear some form of mental handicap. 

-cannibals:

Illustrations by Raquel Aparicio 

-cannibals:

Illustrations by Raquel Aparicio 

reconstruction project

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Calke Abbey again, Medium Format film though… quite happy they all came out fine.

Calke Abbey again, Medium Format film though… quite happy they all came out fine.

Calke Abbey is an abbey house situation just outside of Derby. The rooms date back to all sorts of dates varying from the 1800s to recent dates. The particular section I was permitted to photograph was the Kitchen. Once the domain to 27 members of staff, the kitchen eventually decreased to six members of staff by the end of WW1 and since then has been almost abandoned.