Created over a period of five years, in all weathers and seasons, John Brockliss' new series Restless is a photographic documentary of the ever-changing vistas of Britain's seascapes.
The collective images John has assembled for his latest exhibition, at the Brighton gallery North Contemporary Fine Art, as well as a photobook, titled Restless.
His images, many of which are taken at sea or in the face of storms, are a personal exploration of the unique sense of space, power and light of Britain’s coastlines.
Born in 1950, John is a UK photographer specialising in maritime, documentary and reportage photography.
After studying photography, fine art and graphic design, he graduated as a graphic designer in 1972, commissioned and art directed photographers throughout his design career
John now work exclusively with Leica rangefinder cameras and the light available to him at the time.
The exhibition runs until April 16th. Find them at 35 North Contemporary Fine Art, 35 North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YB. The gallery is open Wednesday – Sunday 11 – 5.30pm.