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Last week I did an Interview for Huck Magazine. If you’ve got a minute take a look.
http://www.huckmagazine.com/features/chris-hoare-dreamers/
Happy New Year

Last week I did an Interview for Huck Magazine. If you’ve got a minute take a look.

http://www.huckmagazine.com/features/chris-hoare-dreamers/

Happy New Year

Kalin. Above the M32, Bristol.

Kalin. Above the M32, Bristol.

chrisjhoare:

If you’ve been following my blog over the years then this will probably be old news. However, for those of you that haven’t these pictures are taken from my recently published photobook DREAMERS.

DREAMERS was made with a limited print run of 250, all of which are numbered (and signed upon request). The book is a documentation of Bristol’s thriving Hip-Hop scene, with all of the pictures taken over a 3 year period. It is made up of portraits of the cities leading artists, reportage style imagery that captures the lifestyle of the culture and landscape pictures that act as a backdrop for the music.

With 100+ copies sold already the book is on sale for £12 + P&P from this link https://store.falmouth.ac.uk/browse/product.asp?compid=1&modid=1&catid=78 

Or if your local you can get the book from the following stores :

Arnolfini Bookstore - http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/visit/bookshop

The Watershed - http://www.watershed.co.uk/

Something Good - http://besg.co.uk/

See No Evil - http://www.seenoevilbristol.co.uk/

Weapon Of Choice - http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

MORE TBA.

If your in to your photobooks, subcultures, Hip-Hop, Bristol music/culture then your not going to be disappointed =).

Any questions get in contact :

@chrishoarephoto

chrisjhoarephoto@gmail.com

If you’ve been following my blog over the years then this will probably be old news. However, for those of you that haven’t these pictures are taken from my recently published photobook DREAMERS.

DREAMERS was made with a limited print run of 250, all of which are numbered (and signed upon request). The book is a documentation of Bristol’s thriving Hip-Hop scene, with all of the pictures taken over a 3 year period. It is made up of portraits of the cities leading artists, reportage style imagery that captures the lifestyle of the culture and landscape pictures that act as a backdrop for the music.

With 100+ copies sold already the book is on sale for £12 + P&P from this link https://store.falmouth.ac.uk/browse/product.asp?compid=1&modid=1&catid=78 

Or if your local you can get the book from the following stores :

Arnolfini Bookstore - http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/visit/bookshop

The Watershed - http://www.watershed.co.uk/

Something Good - http://besg.co.uk/

See No Evil - http://www.seenoevilbristol.co.uk/

Weapon Of Choice - http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

MORE TBA.

If your in to your photobooks, subcultures, Hip-Hop, Bristol music/culture then your not going to be disappointed =).

Any questions get in contact :

@chrishoarephoto

chrisjhoarephoto@gmail.com

Over the past week i’ve been hovering around the idea of throwing myself back in to ‘DREAMERS’, inorder to create a second chapter for the book that i self-published mid last year.

The idea is to create a chapter that stands up for itself within the book and makes the book itself stronger, not just as a body of work but also a product that people would buy. Once completed i then hope to save up enough money to get a print run of at least 100 done, then negotiate with clothes shops who would be able to stock it. Fingers crossed there is an audience out there for it.

Here are a few snaps from my first in-roads in to the second chapter, a reflection of an idea.

Jibsta, Video shoot.

Watch this space.

Ian Tadd, member of the ‘Bristol Aero Club’ measures the height of a tunnel that leads in to Filton airfield. All is in preparation for a convoy of porta cabins that will pass through over the weekend, as part of the closure of the airfield that is said to be first ever working airfield in the country. Filton, Bristol.

Ian Tadd, member of the ‘Bristol Aero Club’ measures the height of a tunnel that leads in to Filton airfield. All is in preparation for a convoy of porta cabins that will pass through over the weekend, as part of the closure of the airfield that is said to be first ever working airfield in the country. Filton, Bristol.

Paul crossing the road to his local. Filton BS7. Bristol.

Paul crossing the road to his local. Filton BS7. Bristol.

A man who asked me for a cigarette. Broadmead, Bristol.

A man who asked me for a cigarette. Broadmead, Bristol.

Chris Hoare
CHRIS
HOARE
PHOTOGRAPHER

chrisjhoarephoto@gmail.com
+44 (0) 7810 305 899
@chrishoarephoto
www.chris-hoare.com

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