Roger Brawn was taught the basics of black and white (analogue) photography in the mid-1970's in the basement of a soon-to be-demolished squat off the Old Kent Road in London and went on to photograph some of the musicians and pub rock bands of the time.
Since then he has continued to follow and develop his passion for photography with recent projects including a series highlighting the older generation of a French farming community ("Portraits from rural Normandy"), a fashion shoot for an exhibition of avant-garde jewelry, portraits for a promotion booklet and a series of black and white analogue portraits on an old Zeiss bellows camera.
He works with both digital and analogue formats (or a mixture of the two, shooting on 35mm or 6x6cm negative and developing/printing digitally).

Roger Brawn's special interests are: