Harvey Benge

By June 28, 2017 Blog, Interviews, PhotoChat, Photography

Cover Image © Harvey Benge

One of my biggest ‘wish-I’d-thought-of-that’ moments occurred a few years ago when I discovered One Day – Ten Photographers.  This is a delightful box set containing ten slim volumes (one per photographer) of images created on the same day. The man behind the idea is New Zealand photographer, Harvey Benge, so I was thrilled when he agreed to an interview with Capital Interest.

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This interview was originally published in Capital Interest (ezine for The London Region of the Royal Photographic Society)