In case you still haven't heard of J A Mortram and his series "Small Town Inertia," (where have you been??) Jim photographs people living in and around his local community in East Anglia, UK. Or rather, Jim spends time with his fellow humans, engages with their mostly-difficult lives, helps, supports, and makes photographs with, his neighbours.
A new exhibition opens on August 29th, 2014, at Camden Image Gallery in London, with a private view on the 28th. If you care about me at all, and you live in London, you will go see it.
Jim is also a member of Aletheia Photos, an independent collective of documentarians.
David was recently blinded in a freak bike accident. Then his mother, on whom he relied, passed away.
From a story on social housing
Carl struggles daily with bullying. His mother died when he was very young and now his grandmother is sick.
Helena tries to cope with mental, physical and sexual abuse
The Peoples' Picnic give a sarnie to Grant.
All images © J A Mortram