Talking to us about the first photograph he remembers being proud of, the birth of his first of born child and the latest in his photography career, his new book “Memory Lane”, we take a trip through the career and life of Martin Salter. Documenting a nation’s collective memory, capturing moments in time that no one else has, a sense of memory is clearly something that resonates throughout his work.
Stating that as a younger photographer he believed photography to be a tool for social change, he believes it now to be a method in generating an emotion or sense of place. Handing over to this generation’s photographers, we chat about the responsibility of others in the industry within its changing environment and what people with new perspectives, diverse backgrounds and changing subject matters are doing for the photography world.
Read the full interview below.