Friday 29 November 2013


Dear Friends,

My first iPad book is published today by Fusion Lab in NYC, it’s available from the App Store for the princely sum of £2.99. Featuring 120 colour photographs of the evolving London landscape from 1983 to the present and an introduction text by Stewart Home. Thanks & best wishes! Chris X

Fusion Lab says:
Continuum is an interactive book on the iPad that showcases photographer Chris Dorley Brown’s unique set of before-and-after photos of London spanning two decades. These pairs of photos with their identical framing of the exact same location, reveal the sometimes incredible and sometimes subtle but always present march of time.

This interactive book provides an especially fitting means of experiencing this exceptional photographer’s particular view into the ways in which streets, buildings and people change over time. By tapping the subtle icon in the lower-left corner the “before” image fades into the “after” image. Tap repeatedly to toggle back and forth through time. Scroll vertically to see both photos side by side, the years they were shot, and the photos’ caption. 

The book includes sixty pairs, or one hundred and twenty photographs, as well as a beautiful essay on this work by writer Stewart Home. 

The app will be available for purchase ($4.99) on Thursday, November 28th. The app store url is:

Samples of photographs from Continuum

Monday 18 November 2013


I can now officially announced that a catalogue has been produced to relive this almost one year residency project at the Workshop Coffee Marylebone branch. This is a free A4 format publication to grab with your coffee. It will be available this week and we have a 1000 copies. Feel free to take one, or more, before the Christmas rush.
This initiative wouldn't have been possible without the generous contribution from our host.
Many thanks again and enjoy the read.

In the next few days I will revisit the space and devise a collective show to complement this brochure.