Saturday 13th March 2021
Leah Hunter from Whitby RNLI lifeboat station featured on the front cover of The Yorkshire Post Magazine as part of a piece by Chris Bond about The Lifeboat Station Project.
The original glass plate was also selected to be part of the Great Exhibition of the North in 2018 in Newcastle upon Tyne’s Great North Museum, so this portrait has certainly enjoyed some prestigious exposure since making it in 2017!
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Process Driven, February 2021
Jeffery Saddoris is an established podcaster based in Washington DC — “a serial conversationalist” as his About page reads.
Last week, we recorded a conversation for the first time, which Jeffery’s publishing in two parts. Part one was published on Friday 12th February 2021 and part two on Friday 19th February 2021:
But there’s more! We clearly have a lot to discuss, so Jeffery and I will be hooking up more regularly from now on.
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Town and Country section, 6th January 2021
“It is even more surprising that it’s still the highest-resolution photographic process ever invented. You can see it in the images. The stresses of working on a lifeboat—the wind and the waves and the salt and the cold—can be seen in the cracks and marks on the boats and their crew.” — James Fisher
by David Carroll, December 2020
I can’t help but feel a deep sense of honour to be considered a worthy note on the timeline of the Dunmore East RNLI lifeboat maritime community. Huge thanks to David Carroll and Dunmore East RNLI lifeboat station.
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“Photographer Jack Lowe explains how he came to immortalise a famous lifeboat that brought troops home during the Operation Dynamo evacuation in the darkest days of WW2. He feels that it is a story from the past that offers inspiration to us all in our own time of trial by pandemic.” — Iain Ballantyne
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Issue 215, September 2020
I’m proud to be the featured photographer in Issue 215 of On Landscape magazine, with my Eshaness glass plate photograph gracing the cover.
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Riders on the Storm, 4th July 2015
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Clovelly, 24th January 2016, 7pm, BBC1
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22nd January 2015
Blog post by Instagram: ‘Documenting the Brave Crews of British Seas with @lordlowe’
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Friday 3rd May 2019, 7pm, BBC1
27th November 2019
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What does Jack Lowe do all day?
3rd July 2020
What does Jack Lowe do all day? A jolly good question and, if you have a couple of hours to spare, my chat with Simon Forster and Andrew Bartram for the latest episode of their Large Format Photography Podcast gives you a peek at the tip of the iceberg:
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February and April 2020
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GALLERY: WOMEN OF THE RNLI
5th Anniversary, 11/12th January 2020
RNLI PRESS RELEASE
The First Sea Lord’s Award for Best Use of Digital Media
Certificate of Merit, 31st October 2018
Jack was awarded a Certificate of Merit by The First Sea Lord on 31st October 2018. It reads:
“For his dedication in his project to photograph all 237 RNLI lifeboat stations in the UK and Republic of Ireland, presenting the volunteers in an interesting and unique way, using photography on glass plates. The website is easy to navigate, modern and fully responsive. The project has a defining quality which captures the core values of courage and commitment in volunteers who risk their lives daily to save others.“
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Even more coverage here:
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