Somewhere-nowhere is based in Cumbria and, because we love this part of the world, we do a lot of work here. But it doesn’t take long to get around and we carry our cameras and notebooks to many other locations, both in the UK and around the planet.
We’re often outside, frequently a long way from a road or building, but not always – we spend time in schools, at conferences, at auction marts and shows, and with organisations who are involved in environmental management and care. Of course, there’s quite a lot of time spent in the dark, processing and printing photographs, and the inevitable time at a computer, but never a day goes by without getting out of doors.
For the most part we work on projects extended over a period of time, in association with others. You can find out more about these on the project page. We also publish articles in magazines and journals, and give talks and presentations across the UK.
Together and individually we have exhibited in the following locations:
The Brewery Arts Centre (Kendal)
Castlefield Gallery (Manchester)
Cockermouth Auction Mart (with Woolfest)
Low Sizergh Barn (Kendal)
Pumphouse Gallery (Leamington)
Royal College of Art (London)
Royal Geographical Society withIBG (London)
Theatre by The Lake (Keswick)
Wordsworth Museum (Grasmere)
Wray Castle (Ambleside)
Our work has been published and aired by:
Radio 4 and Radio 5
The Telegraph Magazine