Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

News from an editorial, corporate, portrait, reportage photographer. Based in Scotland, tel. +44-(0)7831-138817

July 31, 2019
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Publications

Below are the seven publications that I’m pleased to have collaborated with Café Royal Books on, and still have some limited copies available for sale.


North Sea Fishing

Images shot 1993-95
Published 2015
36 Pages
14cm x 20cm
Digital B/W.
Edition of 150


SOLD OUT


The Common Riding

All images shot in Scottish Borders, in 2000.
Published 2013
28 Pages
14cm x 20cm
Edition of 150
Digital B/W.

£8.00 per book.

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Nelson Mandela in Glasgow, 1993

All images shot in 1993
Published November 2015
14cm x 20cm
Edition of 150
Digital B/W

£8.00 per book. Plus postage per drop down menu.

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Klondykers, Shetland, 1994

Release Date 2015
28 pages
14cm x 20cm
b/w digital

£8.00 per book, plus relevant postage.

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Shipbuilding On The River Clyde

Published July 2016
B/W Digital
Edition of 150
14cm x 20cm

SOLD OUT.


Longannet Colliery, 2001

The work which was shot at Longannet Colliery in Fife during a newspaper magazine assignment takes a look at the working life in what was Scotland’s last commercially working deep coal mine. These pictures were shot in 2001, and after flooding in March 2002 the mine closed, thus ending underground coal mining in Scotland.

Published January 2019
Edition of 250
32 pages
14cm x 20cm
b/w digital

£6.00 per book, plus relevant postage.

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Scottish Orange Walks, 1993-1998

From a series of photography Jeremy undertook in the early 1990’s, in the West coast of Scotland, photographing the annual Orange Order marches, and the spectators who accompany the walks.

Published July 2019
Edition of 250
32 pages
14cm x 20cm
b/w digital

£6.00 per book, plus relevant postage.

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July 31, 2019
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Sold Out!

Sorry that book you’re trying to buy is SOLD OUT.

Apologies.

Perhaps I can interest you in one of the others? Thanks, Jeremy

July 23, 2019
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Scottish Orange Walks, 1993-98

A new publication from Scotland-based photographer Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert and Café Royal Books, their 7th collaboration, has been recently released.

From a series of photography Jeremy undertook in the early 1990’s, in the West coast of Scotland, photographing the annual Orange Order marches, and the spectators who accompany the walks.

Edition of 250
32 pages
14cm x 20cm
b/w digital

Copies can be bought for £6.00 from Café Royal Books.

Other titles from Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert and Café Royal Books:

The Common Ridings

North Sea Fishing

Klondykers, Shetland, 1994

Nelson Mandela, Glasgow, 1993

Shipbuilding On The River Clyde

Longannet Colliery 2001

June 17, 2019
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Everyday Climate Change, in Tuscany

With pleasure I announced that a group show of work from the Everyday Climate Change Instagram will be exhibited this summer in Orbetello, Tuscany, Italy, during the Imago Photofestival.

The exhibition will run from the 5th July until 18th August, and is on show in the Polveriera Guzman which houses the Archaeological Museum of Orbetello.

With Many thanks to Photo Op for making the show happen.

June 17, 2019
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Pretty as a Rose

I had the pleasure recently of a portrait shoot with Scottish-footballing legend Rose Reilly.

Visiting Rose down in her Stewarton home, near Glasgow, to photograph for the The Times, I was regaled with stories of Rose’s incredible footballing career in the 1970’s and 1980’s when she reached the top level of women’s football, playing not only for Scotland but also for Italy, and for clubs such as ACF Milan, and ACF Catania in Sicily.

With those clubs she was a pioneer for Scottish women’s football. Rose twice won the Serie A Golden Boot, in seasons 1978 and 1981, and won eight Serie A titles, a French title and four Italian Cups. In 1984 she played for the Italian women’s team winning the then unofficial women’s world cup.

Rose Reilly, ex-footballer, played for Italy and Scotland, pioneer in women’s football, photographed at home in Stewarton, Scotland, on 17 May 2019.

One of the greatest pleasures of shooting portraits, being an editorial and press photographer, is the chance to meet people, to hear their stories, to spend a little time with them. I have to admit Rose wasn’t someone I’d heard of previously, but what a great shoot it was, doing the photos, having a coffee, talking, listening to her stories. Little jobs like that are the pleasures of working in this industry.