About the Book
The Mobile Pictures Series and the selection of images in this book pay homage to analogue, instant, and mobile photography while capturing glimpses of the everyday in King's Cross.
This work, in part, documents Ronan Haughton's relationship with the places he traveled to or worked in. The narratives in this series of books are not always in the order in which an account or sequence of events occurred and there are also images that are dreamlike, abstract or magical, which skew any attempt at linear storytelling.
Features & Details
Ronan is from Dublin, Ireland and moved to London in 2001. He is now based in the UK and his work focuses on travel, people and culture. Ronan studied photography at New York’s Parsons School of Design, Dublin’s DIT and the UK’s London College of Printing/Communication. It was at these places that he honed his conceptual and practical skills under the tuition of photographers like Tom Hunter, Clare Strand, Colin Jarvie and Neil Selkirk. Since graduating in 2006, he has worked on photographic projects, publications, advocacy projects and exhibitions both independently and collaboratively. His work has been published by Open Magazine, Tate, BBC, Central Saint Martins, e-flux, Art Forum, Art News and the Biennial Foundation.