Running Track

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Artist Statement


This is a photograph from my series entitled The Games We Play. The project, comprising images created in places where sports are played, was started in 2005. Despite technological developments within the leisure industry, traditional athletic and team games remain the principal ways for groups to compete. Cities are still transformed today by an event with its roots in Ancient Greece, and being "on the team" is still seen as "cool" at school. The photographs are shot with a view camera. The prints are digitally produced from scanned negatives. However, production from start to finish involves no manipulation or lighting, providing a straightforward record of place. The series has been internationally exhibited, and debuted at Jen Bekman Gallery in 2005.


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James is a London-based fine art photographer. For the past 10 years, James has worked in London and New York on various commercial and editorial commissions. His work has been featured in publications including W, Harper's, Fast Company, The Times, and The Guardian. He's done commercial commissions for organizations like Sony, Citibank, BBC and The Tate.