By Tom Seymour
“I don’t really think too much about the digital revolution,” says Lee Thatcher. “I wasn’t into photography before digital. What was more important to me was the mobile revolution. If it hadn’t been for having a camera on my phone that was easy and fun to use, I probably wouldn’t have started photography.”
Lee Thatcher is a relatively late starter in the photography world – his interest began at the age of 36, but four years on he has established himself as a street photographer of considerable talent.
Thatcher’s work feels both contemporary and well seen. Shot in black-and-white, primarily on the …read more