Several photographs from my Sight Sacralization: (Re)Framing Switzerland series are featured in the current issue, including the cover, of the Swiss magazine, Horizonte. The issue explores the future of tourism with several articles, including this one by Florian Fisch, on overtourism and the cover story.


My A Daily Sea porfolio series, which was acquired by the V&A Museum, has been included in this new publication from the Architectural Association. The publication, which is based on the V&A Museum’s Pandemic Objects project, is an editorial series that compiles and reflects on objects that have taken on new meaning and purpose during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Author/Editor: Cormier, Brendan (Author)
Publisher: Architectural Association Publications
ISBN: 9781919624518
Pub Date 01/02/2024
Binding Paperback
Pages 200
Dimensions (mm) 315(h) * 5969(w)

Available here:

About the book:

During times of pandemic, a host of everyday often-overlooked ‘objects’ are suddenly charged with new urgency. Toilet paper becomes a symbol of public panic, a forehead thermometer a tool for social control, convention centres become hospitals, while parks become contested public commodities. By compiling these objects and reflecting on their changing purpose and meaning, the project aims to paint a unique picture of the pandemic and the pivotal role objects play within it.

V&A Curator Hana Kaluznick wrote about my sea photographic project here:

The Art Newspaper havr published a preview of An Avoidable Loss, which opens tomorrow at Pallant House Gallery and will be screened at Flowers Gallery.

Read it here:

Over the past two years, Art UK has started the new year with a rundown of the most exciting artists to follow on Instagram – a list that reflects works that have been recently acquired by UK public collections.

Keeping up the annual tradition, they’ve created a new list for 2022, which inlcudes my instagram feed:

“The artist and photographer Simon Roberts is known for capturing the British social landscape in what has been described as ‘Brueghel-like compositions.’ His wide-format, landscape photography speaks to the lived experience of contemporary Britain, and typically captures densely populated public spaces – sites of shared experience, community and congregation. Between 2007 and 2008, he travelled across England in a motorhome with his family and a 5 x 4 inch camera, chronicling the urban and pastoral landscapes and often emphasising recreational activities of the British. Influenced by the American photographer Stephen Shore, who once travelled across the US to document scenes of everyday life, Roberts’ documentation of the English landscape through photography aims to explore how such communal scenes shape ‘ideas of national character’.” Lydia Figes, 2022

You can read the full article here and follow the other artists via the links below:

Toyin Ojih Odutola

Camille Walala

Rachel Jones

Shawanda Corbett

Maria Bang Epersen

Andrew Pierre Hart

Rosanne Robertson

Caroline Walker

Alejandra Carles-Tolra

, Assistant Curator of Photographs at the V&A, has written a blog post reflecting on my ‘A Daily Sea’ series. The Museum recently acquired a portfolio of the series for their Collection. You can read the post here: 

Michael Prodger takes a look at the UK Parliamentary Election Artist commission in this month’s The Critic magazine, profiling the previous recipients. I received the commission in 2010.

Read the article- or download a pdf here.

You can see the work I produced for the commission here.

Election Project prints on display in UK Parliament Committee Room, London, 2018

An exhibition catalogue created in association with the Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour exhibition at Pallant House gallery. The publication includes my commissioned photographs alongside an essay about my work written by Harriet Judd.


Blurb: This richly illustrated publication, which includes more than 70 examples of Hitchens’ work from across his career, introduces key themes including the artist’s journey to abstraction, his interest in still life, the influence of music in his paintings and of course, his best-known landscapes of the Sussex countryside. New essays have been contributed by Anne Goodchild, Alexandra Harris, Claudia Milburn, Dr Claudia Tobin and Michael Tucker. The book also includes photographs of Sussex landscapes by the artist-photographer Simon Roberts from his new series Inscapes commissioned by Pallant House Gallery in 2019 to coincide with the Ivon Hitchens exhibition.


ISBN: 9781869827809
Author(s): Anne Goodchild, Claudia Tobin, Claudia Milburn, Alexandra Harris & Michael Tucker
Format: Hardback
Year published: June 2019
Publisher: Pallant House Gallery
Total Pages: 108
Illustrations: colour throughout
Price: £24.95


Earlier this year I was commissioned by Travel+Leisure Magazine in New York to photograph a story about Egypt as the country emerges from a period of political and social turmoil, and tourists return.

You can download a pdf of the work here and read an interview about my cover photograph taken above the Valley of the Kings here.

An article about my New Vedute – Alternative Postcards of Italy series is published in the current issue of iO Donna Magazine, a supplement of the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.

New Vedute is now available in book form here:

The current issue of British Art Studies‘ Landscape Now publication (Issue 10, Autumn 2018), includes an essay by David Matless where he discusses my photograph ‘Flooding of the Somerset Levels, Burrowbridge, 2014′ from Merrie Albion.

Read ‘The Anthroposcenic: Landscape in the Anthroposcene’ here and download a pdf here.

Flooding of the Somerset Levels, Burrowbridge, Somerset, 11 February 2014