This was my first interview in 2018, talking about me and ‘Someone’s Rubbish’ and the work I do. It was really good to reflect and see all the images sit alongside my words. Thank you Charlotte.
IN CONVERSATION WITH CHLOE JUNO | DECEMBER 2018 Our next Fable & Folk interview is with Brighton based documentary photographer Chloe Juno. Her most iconic photographic work is “Someone’s Rubbish” – a long-term project documenting life in the UK through the objects people discard, specifically focusing on Brighton and Hove. As the images build, it paints a picture of a city, what people use to live, to work, for health, for food, for love, for money and then, throw away. Chloe is also known for her curation skills for both the “Documenting Britain” Instagram and the “Fishing Quarter Gallery” based in Brighton.
We wanted to interview Chloe as we think she is a fantastic example of one of the many strong female voices in the documentary photography industry and has many invaluable skills and indispensable experience to pass on to our audience.
Fable and Folk Curated by Charlotte Cooper