Legendary DJ Dave Cash invited me on to his Sunday BBC program where we chatted about Trading Places and the possibility that A Walk Down Kitengela Road might be the widest continuous panoramic photograph. During the program Dave mentioned a Danish photographer who made a 100 metre long image shot over 20 days. I had not seen the picture so I could not comment fully on air. On reflection, My Kitengela Road image differs in one fundamenatal and vital way – it is of a single location shot in one session, rather than unconnected photographs joined together. The Kitengela image is perceived as one visual experience of one location.
I always enjoying appearing on BBC Kent, drinking BBC Coffee and mixing chat with music. Dave was at the launch of Trading Places in London.
You can listen to the show here. We start talking after 28 minutes.
Kitengela Road can also be seen on YouTube in HD here.
BBC Television Interview about the work can be seen here.