John MacLean


Born in Buckinghamshire, England, John spent part of his childhood in Canada and the United States. He began using a camera at the age of 14 when he discovered the book ‘American Images’, featuring the work of Lee Friedlander, Lewis Baltz and John Gossage. After studying mathematics, physics and geology he went on to graduate in photography at the University of Derby. He subsequently worked at The Royal College of Art for four years. John has been a London-based, freelance photographer since 1998. His exhibition Two and Two was a solo show at Flowers Gallery, London. John has had work published in Source, 1000 Words, Photoworks, Camera Austria, SeeSaw, LPV Magazine, IANN Magazine, British Journal of Photography, Album, Gomma… John has published eight photo-books; New Colour Guide appeared on two ‘Best Photobooks of 2012′ lists. Hometowns features in ‘Photographers’ Sketchbooks’ (Thames and Hudson).

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