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Julian

Interview with Julian Claxton

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14 March 2017

Posted by Gemma Suyat

Hi Julian! Tell us about yourself in two sentences - who are you?

I’m an award-winning editorial, commercial and documentary photographer living on the coast in the beautiful county of Suffolk. I have a huge passion for the way I make my living and consider myself extremely lucky to meet so many wonderful people throughout my photographic work.

QWhat's the weirdest situation you've found yourself in while taking a photograph?

AAn instrumental moment in my life has been an epic bike ride which saw me cycle from the UK to Rwanda, through 14 countries and cover 5,500 miles, arriving just 64 days later. This led to an interesting body of work and ultimately provided me with some inspirational and somewhat moving images. Perhaps one of the most memorable was arriving in a small village in North Sudan - after cycling 147 miles through the desert I stopped at a house where a large Sudanese man cooked me eggs, while I shot images of his son against their beautiful blue walls.

QWhat do you shoot on? What's your favourite set up?

AMy favourite gear is a Nikon DF – certainly for travel material. But I will shoot on anything from phones to top spec gear – whatever is at hand.

QWhat's your number one tip for an aspiring photographer?

AJust get out there and shoot – forgot about gear – find something you love and enjoy shooting.

QWhat's the one thing you love most about Picfair?

APicfair first appealed due to the ease of use and pretty instant results. You get a sense of community and are made to feel a worthy part of the sales process of photographer to market

"My favourite image is Morning Prayer in Rural Uganda. Once a year I run photographic workshops for children in rural Uganda and Rwanda entitled Give a Child a Camera – one of t... Read more

"My favourite image is Morning Prayer in Rural Uganda. Once a year I run photographic workshops for children in rural Uganda and Rwanda entitled Give a Child a Camera – one of the joys of this project is that I get to experience life in the rural mountains. Morning Prayer is an example of this – 7.30am each morning the children, who have walked miles to school come to school and join in a celebration before their learning starts. It’s an uplifting experience to witness and indeed shoot images of." Read less

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"This was part of a series of images I was shooting of a Norfolk reed cutter. I had spent weeks following Eric Edwards, the Marshman throughout the Norfolk Broads as he cut reed... Read more

"This was part of a series of images I was shooting of a Norfolk reed cutter. I had spent weeks following Eric Edwards, the Marshman throughout the Norfolk Broads as he cut reed for thatching. It was both fascinating and such a peaceful way to earn a living." Read less

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"Cycling through Ethiopia on the way to Kenya, I was just 50 miles from the border when I pulled into a roadside shack for lunch. I sat, eating cooked meat and bread, the farmer... Read more

"Cycling through Ethiopia on the way to Kenya, I was just 50 miles from the border when I pulled into a roadside shack for lunch. I sat, eating cooked meat and bread, the farmer, who was sitting watching the world go by, kept staring at me. Eventually he came to me and touched the blonde hair on my arms, it was a surreal moment. Sitting back down against the vibrant blue wall, it was the perfect moment to shoot a couple of frames." Read less

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"I stumbled upon Mohammed a few days earlier, sitting in the same spot eating breakfast on the streets of Aswan. The light was horrendous, so I waited a couple of days and went ... Read more

"I stumbled upon Mohammed a few days earlier, sitting in the same spot eating breakfast on the streets of Aswan. The light was horrendous, so I waited a couple of days and went back. As if expecting me, his shoes were laid on the roadside – I grabbed a couple of frames before we both sat and enjoyed some fried potatoes and pita." Read less

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"Working on a national news story about reed cutting, I was put in touch with a real Norfolk character. I arrived on the marshes, it was bitterly cold, Wally had just stopped fo... Read more

"Working on a national news story about reed cutting, I was put in touch with a real Norfolk character. I arrived on the marshes, it was bitterly cold, Wally had just stopped for a cup of tea. Unearthing a flask of piping hot coffee, we sat, sheltered from the brisk winter wind amongst the reeds. Such a serene scene and one which anyone with creative desires could not help but feel inspired by." Read less

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"Another magazine feature, this time documenting city life in Marrakesh. I had been wandering around the souks for hours – capturing intimate moments and essentially life within... Read more

"Another magazine feature, this time documenting city life in Marrakesh. I had been wandering around the souks for hours – capturing intimate moments and essentially life within the lifeblood of the city. Sitting on a wall, I watched as they carefully laid the leather out in the sun. It wasn’t until about 40 mins later when the chap fell asleep that I felt the picture was complete." Read less

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