Mark Prescott

I have taken photographs since I was 8 years old

For many years I used film but have now fully embraced digital.

My images are my memories.

They record a moment in time, a record of events, taken for pleasure, as a record, or in my working life for teaching

This image was taken in the Jewish Museum in Berlin and records an installation by M. Kadishman that represents over 10,000 victims of war and oppression. It is made to be walked over. This creates a raw noise from the metal plates grinding together – like human voices crying out – that, together with the harsh lighting, provides a unique experience. This demands reflection on the eternal tragedies of war and oppression.


Member of the Marches Independent Photographers Group

Walking on Fallen Leaves
60 x 40cm