My book pages laid out in the university corridor. 

Transmission is a book that looks at the way that we communicate across Cornwall to other places across the world. By photographing transmission masts and National Grid towers, we can then evaluate what effect it has on our landscape. Cornwall’s landscape was one dominated with working engine houses, now dormant they compete with wires and metal structures towering over local towns and villages. The images document the evolution of telecommunications from Marconi’s hub in Porthcurno which was Cornwall’s first transmission center, to Goonhilly Earth Station in Helston which sent information all around the world.

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