This is a book about freedom. It’s a book about the universality of being young and being bored. Of growing up and getting fucked up. It explores identity, friendship and belonging. How we create an alternative ‘family’ in our friends based on shared interests and mutual understanding. Of collectively navigating small town living and lack of opportunity. It’s about the claustrophobia of suburbia. Of short summers spent in the park and long winters spent at stranger’s house. Of finding the means to escape.
About the Artist
Megan Doherty is a photographer currently based in Derry, Northern Ireland. A graduate of the University of Ulster, Doherty’s work uses a variety of mediums to create alternate realities that celebrate youth, subculture, and freedom
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About the Publisher
Setanta Books is a photography publisher and rare fiction online bookseller based in London. We specialise in collectible rare first edition photography and fiction books. Also, we sell limited edition signed prints.
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