“An Exploration of How the North of England Can Be Conceived and Encoded”
Theo Simpson lives and works in the North of England. His works examine and document British material culture and heritage through the examination of the built environment, vernacular architecture and objects of the everyday.
Simpson’s work has featured most recently in: Palladian Design, exhibition at RIBA (2016), Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography (Phaidon 2015) and journals Mas Context and Photoworks. His work is also held in various international public collections including the V&A National Art Library, Fotomuseum, Winterthur, Royal Institute of British Architects and the Tate Artists’ Book Library.