A photobook which speaks to the 1.5 million people who enjoy caravanning each year, together with photography appreciators and anyone with an interest in social history. The book features a foreword by Jonathan Meades.
Photographer Gareth Iwan Jones has gone on the road around the UK to create this witty, warm and insightful portrait of caravanning today. Capturing the minutiae of caravanning, as well as the holidaymakers hooked on the pursuit, his stellar photographs are as revealing as they are charming. Alongside the photographs, the book features a foreword by Jonathan Meades and brief interviews with the families and couples Gareth met while travelling a country filled with caravan sites.
GARETH IWAN JONES is a Bristol-based photographer specialising in editorial and commercial portraiture. Gareth's simple and striking cinematic style has featured in publications including The Times, Financial Times, Daily Telegraph and Wired. He is married with zero kids and one chicken called Robert Redford. And contrary to what his birth-name suggests, he's never lived in Wales.
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