Throughout my FMP I have been drawing upon these resources and readings. The following list of works is not exclusive but underpins all my current thinking and direction.


ALPHEN, E., 2018. Failed images: Photography and Its Counter-practices. 1st ed. Amsterdam: Valiz.BARTHES, Roland. 1980. Camera Lucida. 2000 edn. Vintage.

BACHELARD, Gaston, and Maria Jolas. 2014. The Poetics of Space. New edition. USA Penguin Books.

BAKER, S., MORAN, F. and WESTERMAN, J., 2016. Performing for the camera. London: Tate Publishing.

BARTHES, R., 1993. Camera Lucida. Vintage.

BARTHES, ROLAND. 1977. Translated by Stephen HEATH. Image-Music-Text. Hill and Wang, New York.

BARTHES, Roland. 2016. Translation by Chris TURNER. Signs and Images: Writings on Art, Cinema, and Photography. 2016 edn. Seagull Books.

BATE, David. 2009. Photography: The Key Concepts. London: Berg.

BERGER, John. 1967. Edited by Geoff Dyer. Understanding a Photograph. 2013 edn. Penguin Books.

BENJAMIN, Walter. 2015. Edited and Translated by Esther LESLIE. On Photography. 2015. Reaktion Books.

BERGER, John, editor. 1990. Ways of Seeing: Based on the BBC Television Series with John Berger. Repr, British Broadcasting Corporation and Penguin Books.

BERREBI, Sophie. 2014. The Shape of Evidence: Contemporary Art and the Document. Valiz.

BRADFORD, Richard and Philip Larkin. (PHT) / Mark Haworth-Booth (FRW). 2017. The Importance of Elsewhere: Philip Larkin’s Photographs. Motorbooks Intl.

BRUNET, F., 2009. Photography and Literature. 1st ed. Reaktion Books.DOY, G., 2005. Picturing the Self: Changing Views of the Subject in Visual Culture. 1st ed. London: I.B. Tauris.

CALLE, Sophie. 2017. True Stories. London: Actes Sud.

CABRERA, C. and SOUTH, A., 2020. The parameters of our cage. 1st ed. Mack.

COTTON, Charlotte. 2004. The Photograph as Contemporary Art. 3RD edn. London: Thames & Hudson.

CUMMINGS, L., 2009. A Face to the World. London: HarperPress.

DYER, Geoff. 2005. The Ongoing Moment. Edinburgh: Canongate Books.

DYER, G. 2021. See/Saw Looking at Photographs Essays 2010-2020. Canongate Books.

DURDEN, Mark. 2013. Fifty Key Writers on Photography. Oxon: Routledge.

EVANS, J., 1997. The Camerawork Essays. 1st ed. London: Rivers Oram Press.HAUSTEIN, K., 2012. Regarding lost time. 1st ed. Routledge.

FORBES, D., 2020. An Interview with Lewis Baltz. 1st ed. Germany: Mack.

FLUSSER, Vilem. 2000. Towards a Philosophy of Photography. UK: Reaktion Books.

GEFTER, Philip. 2009. Photography after Frank. 1st ed, Aperture : D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers [distributor].

GOLDBERG, Vicki. 2010. Light Matters. New York: aperture.

HILL, Paul and Thomas COOPER. 2018. Dialogue with P

JURGENSON, N., 2019. The social photo. 1st ed. London: Verso.

KUHN, A., 1996. Family Secrets, Acts of Memory and Imagination. London. Verso.

HEIFERMAN, M., 2012. Photography changes everything. New York: Aperture.

MUELLNER, Nicholas. 2019. Lacuna Park: Essays and Other Adventures in Photography. 1st ed. New York. SPBH Editions.

MIRZOEFF, Nicholas. 2015. How to See the World. London: Penguin Books.

NEAD, L., 2007. The Haunted Gallery. 1st ed. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press.

PRICE, M., 1999. The Photograph: A Strange And Confined Space. Stanford (Calif.): Stanford University Press.

PROSSER, Jay. 2005. Light in the Darkroom: photography and loss. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press.

SPERLING, Joshua. 2018. A Writer of Our Time: The Life and Work of John Berger. Verso.

STRAUSS, D., 2021. Photography and belief. 1st ed. New York: David Zwirner Book.

STEACY, W., 2012. Photographs Not Taken. [New York]: Daylight.

SONTAG, Susan. 1977. On Photography. London: Penguin Books.

SONTAG, Susan. 2007. At the Same Time. London: Penguin Books

SONTAG, Susan, and Paolo DILONARDO. 2008. At the Same Time: Essays and Speeches. Penguin.

TALBOT, W., 1844. The pencil of nature. Chicago: KWS Publishers, in association with National Media Museum.

THOMPSON, J., 2016. Why Photography Matters. The MIT Press.

WOLF, S., 2019. Photo work: Forty Photographers on Process and Practice. 1st ed. New York: Aperture.

ZYLINSKA, Joanna. 2017. Nonhuman Photography. London: MIT Press.


Articles & Websites

BATE, D., 2010. The Memory of Photography. Photographies, 3(2), pp.243-257.

DE JASMIN, B., 2021. Marcel Proust on Reading and Recapturing Time – Bois de Jasmin. [online] Bois de Jasmin. Available at: <> [Accessed 20 August 2021].

CHLADEK, J., 2021. josef chladek – on photobooks and books. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 20 August 2021].

CULTURAL READER. 2011. ‘Gaston Bachelard – The Poetics of Space’ – summary and review. Cultural Reader. 2011. Available at: [accessed at 5 Aug 2021].

DAMISCH, H., 1978. Five Notes for a Phenomenology of the Photographic Image. [online] Jstor. Available at: <> [Accessed 20 August 2021].

FISCHER, A., 2009. The involution of photography. Goldsmiths College.

FRAENKEL GALLERY. 2021. Because | Fraenkel Gallery. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 5 August 2021].

GIBBONS, A., 2017. Gaston Bachelard: phenomenology and the poetic image – Andrea Gibbons. [online] Andrea Gibbons. Available at: <> [Accessed 20 August 2021].

GUTLAND, C., 2018. Husserlian Phenomenology as a Kind of Introspection. [online] Frontiers in Psychology. Available at: <> [Accessed 20 August 2021].

JUMENEZ, J., 2019. PHOTOGRAPHY, MEMORY AND IDENTITY. [online] Revista de Comunicación de la SEECI. Available at: <> [Accessed 20 August 2021].

JONES, C., 2018. Identity Art: Cindy Sherman, Sherrie Levine and Sophie Calle. [online] Thinksheet. Available at: <> [Accessed 20 August 2021].

LEFCOWITZ, B., 2011. Memory and Photography. Southwest Review, 96(2), pp.pg231-239.

MIDDLEHURST, S., 2016. Elina Brotherus: Where the Mirror is a Window. [online] Steve Middlehurst Identity and Place. Available at: <> [Accessed 5 Aug 2021].

NEWHALL, N., 2021. The Caption, The Mutual Relation of Words /Photographs. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 5 August 2021].

O’HAGAN, S., 2020. ‘A roadmap to redemption’: how a photographer helped a prisoner see beyond his cage. [online] the Guardian. Available at: <> [Accessed 30 May 2021].

PETTERSSON, M., 2011. Depictive Traces: on the Phenomenology of Photography. [online] Wiley Online Library. Available at: <> [Accessed 20 August 2021].

POTTER, Dennis. 1994. ‘Interview by Melvyn Bragg on April 5 1994’ [TV broadcast]. Channel 4 and edited version of interview in The Guardian published September 12 2007. Available at:  [accessed 5 Aug 2021].

SAMIMI, A., 2020. Exhibition Review: Sophie Calle at Fraenkel Gallery — Musée Magazine. [online] Musée Magazine. Available at: <> [Accessed 5 August 2021].

SOUTTER, L., 2020. I like the game” Clare Strand ~ Photographer. [online] Source. Available at: <> [Accessed 5 August 2021].

SOTH Alec. 2019. Fraenkel Gallery “Alec Soth on Memory, Poetry and Photography” [online]. Available at: [Accessed 5 August 2021].

SOTH, A., 2021. The Parameters of Our Cage – Alec Soth | Magnum Photos Magnum Photos. [online] Magnum Photos. Available at: <> [Accessed 30 May 2021].

SULER, John, 2013. Photographic Psychology: Image and Psyche [online]. Available at: [Accessed 5 August 2021].

THEN AND NOW. 2016. Jacques Lacan – The Mirror Stage. [online]. Available at:  [Accessed 5 August 2021].

WILSON, J., 2020. C. Fausto Cabrera & Alec Soth – The Parameters of Our Cage – Paper Journal. [online] Paper Journal. Available at: <> [Accessed 30 May 2021].

Artists and Photobooks

ABRAMOVIC, M., 2018. Writings 1960-2014. Koln: Verlag de Buchhandlung Walter Konig.

BENEDICT JONES, L., 2021. Storyteller: The Photographs of Duane Michals. DelMonico Books | Prestel.

CARTER, K., 2019. Keith Carter. Fifty years. Austin: University of Texas Press.

CALLE, S., 2016. And so forth. Prestel Publishing.

EMIN, T., 2013. My Photo Album. Fuel.

LIBRARYMAN.SE, 2021. Stéphan Crasneanscki — What We Leave Behind — Libraryman. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 30 May 2021].

LEITER, S. and AUSTER, P., 2017. It don’t mean a thing. The Gould Collection.

García Alix, A. and Petersen, A., 2010. Alberto Garcia-Alix. Madrid: La Fabrica.

WOODMAN, F., Tellgren, A. and Woodman, F., n.d. On being an angel. London: Koenig Books.