9 interviews and 33 photographs of ex-2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 PARA) Paratroopers who served in Afghanistan. These men have now left the Regiment and the accounts describe their experiences, both then and now in civvy street.
Ten years ago electric battery technology for motorcycling was premature. Batteries were too heavy, range was too limited and motors couldn’t stir the soul. However, each of these problems was a temporary one so manufacturers got to work.
Now is the moment when technology has finally risen to the challenge. The moment when the industry heavy weights are finally waking up to this exciting and inevitable future. The moment when the market is still tiny, but it won’t be for long. A new golden age of motorcycling is upon us...
Positive Futures 05 is part of a documentary photography series about off-grid and alternative living. This magazine leads on from the original Positive Futures publications made in 2005 (01), 2011(02), 2016 (03) and 2017 (04).
16 Interviews. 34 portraits. 80 days work. This is an 80 page social documentary photography square format book of Aboriginal people's life stories in the remote central Australian community called Yuendumu in the Northern Territory.
Positive Futures 04 is part of a documentary photography series about off-grid and alternative living. This magazine leads on from the original Positive Futures publications made in 2005 (01), 2011(02) and 2016 (03).
A book with a limited edition of 50 copies, printed by David Jury using letterpress, of a diary written over a month in 2006 by
Ed Gold. The original text has been edited down to 63,000 words on pages, which display behind gate folds, 6 tipped in photographs of Victorian era Welsh built house interiors with their Argentine Welsh descendant occupants.
Positive Futures 03 is part of a documentary photography series about off-grid and alternative living. This magazine leads on from the original Positive Futures publications made in 2005 (01) and 2011(02).
Volume Two of a social documentary photography project about the First Nation Band reservation 'Prophet River' in north eastern British Columbia, Canada. The book contains over 230 photographs spanning visits from 2009, 2014 and 2015 as well as 60 interviews made from people's accounts who live here.
A social documentary photography book about the First Nation Band reservation 'Prophet River' in north eastern British Columbia, Canada. The book contains over 220 photographs spanning 2009, 2014 and 2015 as well as 50 interviews made from people's accounts who live here.
This book explores life in Wales in a candid way, showing through photographs the daily hardships and joys of life in one of the most remote places in the United States. This gorgeous black and white edition is available in either hard cover or soft cover. All royalties from the book will be donated on Ed Gold’s behalf to the Wales Search & Rescue fund.
The start of a photography project to document 'The valley of the hill of rushes' (Cwm Brwynog} which runs from Llanberis in north Wales up to the foot of Mount Snowdon. Includes photos of Sir Chris Bonington with the 2012 London Olympic torch and images taken in Dinorwic / Llanberis quarry.
Product: Glossy Magazine (Softcover)
Amount of pages: 112 pages
Size: Square (23.1 x 15.3 cm)
Color: Full Color
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Patagonia: Byd Arall/
Published: July 2012
One man's fascinating vision of the present, which is ever mindful of the past. Weaving harsh yet beautiful landscapes with faces that are hard to forget around a central presence of Welsh communities and culture on a far continent, this is a living memoir of life in Patagonia at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Trilingual text (Welsh, English, Spanish).
A diary, with photographs, transcribed from my audio voice recordings over the 3 weeks I documented the Welsh link to the Ukrainian town of Donetsk. Thank you to EQ Transcription Services Ltd for providing a high quality service.
Donetsk Донецк Hughesovka Юзовка. 11 days photographing in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk from 13 November 2011 to 24th November 2011. This is a brief look at the Welsh heritage of this city which was founded by John Hughes the steel industrialist from Merthyr Tydfil in 1869.
Ed Gold spent two years photographing the soldiers of 2 Para at their base in the UK and on operational duty. Alongside his pictures of conflict, he has created a series entitled Bedspaces, which captures the Parachute Regiment soldiers in their bunks at various bases inside Afghanistan.
The Bruneval Cup is a competition in which the 15 platoons of 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment (2 PARA) are put through paces around Colchester’s Merville Barracks and Middlewick Ranges. The competition sees troops in full battle rig take part in an eight-mile march, a stretcher race, assault course and a two-mile run, finishing with a session on the firing ranges.
The competition honours the Bruneval Raid, the first airborne operation carried out by British troops in February 1942.
A documentary photography book about 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment before their deployment to Afghanistan in 2010. Photos are of the late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, a family day and The Red Devils...
First book about 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment's final tour of Afghanistan. An FTX (Final Training Exercise) on Salisbury Plain, LFX (Live Firing Exercise) in Otterburn and Officer's Mess Dinner in Colchester, UK.
Wales Alaska. Kingikmiut - a visual essay of an Inupiaq village.
This Eskimo village is the closest part of the mainland USA to Russia and you can see Siberian Land across the Bering Straight 56 miles away. The book is an artistic portrayal of life at this remote location and gives a strong feeling of what it is like. All photos taken using film with Pentax 67 and Hasselblad XPan.
Photos from a motorcycle road trip over 12 days and 5,466 miles from New York City to Fairbanks in Alaska (via Denver, Colorado). Included images taken at 'The Bus' near Healy, Alaska from the film "Into the Wild".
This is an 'alternative' version to the original 'Positive Futures'. An art book of black and white photographs taken over the summer of 2005. The subject is alternative living and documents various communities in the UK. This is the first 'Positive Futures' book in a series of 6 so far.
An art book of black and white photographs taken over the summer of 2005. The subject is alternative living and documents various communities in the UK. This is the first 'Positive Futures' book in a series of 6 so far.