I have been photographing for over 15 years, both on long term projects, and commercially since 2004.
A book of my latest project, The Last Stand, photographed between 2010 and 2014 and documenting the wartime costal defences of North-West Europe and the memories and histories they contain, was published in late 2014. The first edition is almost sold out.
My projects document human interaction in the landscape, through subjects of memory, history and society.
My work has been exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions, both in the UK and in internationally in Milan, Grenoble & New York.
“Whilst Wilson utilises the language of the landscape photograph, The Last Stand is far removed from the genre in the traditional sense, firmly placing him within a small group of contemporary photographers whose work — whilst landscape in nature — has more in common with that of the documentary photographer.”
Wayne Ford former art director of The Observer’s award winning colour magazine & Design Director of Haymarket Business Media
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