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“I’m a big fan of photobooks and monographs, and I’ve always wanted to publish my own work. But my images are very personal and I wasn’t sure if they’d resonate, especially in the form of a narrative,” Ed explains.
“Photography at its best is self-expression, and a kind of self-portraiture,” he says. “Distant Karma contains pieces of an imaginary world as well as some visual relics of very real personal moments.”
“I wanted this book to be more than just a collection of images. It had to be a book I’d want to look at over and over. It also had to tell more than one story, and I think I’ve managed to do that. I think it can mean many different things, to different people. I’m very happy with how it turned out.”