The Lord’s My Shepherd    The project honours and celebrates the fans of West Bromwich Albion FC, exploring the emotional connection and role the club plays in the identity of West Bromwich and the wider Black Country.  Accompanying the portraits is an audio work of interviews with fans, recordings of the crowds at matches and music associated with the club.  With thanks to James O’Connell for audio production and Liam Pye for photographic assistance.  Commissioned by Multistory for Blast! Festival.

The Lord’s My Shepherd

The project honours and celebrates the fans of West Bromwich Albion FC, exploring the emotional connection and role the club plays in the identity of West Bromwich and the wider Black Country. Accompanying the portraits is an audio work of interviews with fans, recordings of the crowds at matches and music associated with the club.

With thanks to James O’Connell for audio production and Liam Pye for photographic assistance.

Commissioned by Multistory for Blast! Festival.

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  The Lord’s My Shepherd    The project honours and celebrates the fans of West Bromwich Albion FC, exploring the emotional connection and role the club plays in the identity of West Bromwich and the wider Black Country.  Accompanying the portraits is an audio work of interviews with fans, recordings of the crowds at matches and music associated with the club.  With thanks to James O’Connell for audio production and Liam Pye for photographic assistance.  Commissioned by Multistory for Blast! Festival.
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The Lord’s My Shepherd

The project honours and celebrates the fans of West Bromwich Albion FC, exploring the emotional connection and role the club plays in the identity of West Bromwich and the wider Black Country. Accompanying the portraits is an audio work of interviews with fans, recordings of the crowds at matches and music associated with the club.

With thanks to James O’Connell for audio production and Liam Pye for photographic assistance.

Commissioned by Multistory for Blast! Festival.

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