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It’s taken a while but at long last my book Flashes to Ashes is available to buy.
Described as having ‘larger-than-life characters presented in loud, vivid colour’ this photo essay shows the impact of the smoking ban had when it was introduced in England on July 1, 2007.
Shot across several towns and cities, including Manchester, Liverpool, Blackpool and Preston, Flashes to Ashes goes into pubs, bingo halls, working men’s clubs and nightclubs to document smokers as they light-up indoors for the last time.
The smokers are then followed as they go outside, laughing, defiant, drunk and aggressive.
This 80-page full colour book is exclusively available to buy through this blog for just £13 (email for foreign currency conversions).
It’ll make you laugh – or your money back.