The Free Photographic Omnibus
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My radio documentary on Daniel Meadows and his adventures on the Free Photographic Omnibus is available to listen to here.

‘In the early 1970s, art student Daniel Meadows bought a double-decker bus for £360 and converted it into a mobile bedroom, darkroom and exhibition space. For 14 months, Daniel and his ‘Free Photographic Omnibus’ travelled around Britain, with Daniel offering free portrait sessions in 22 different towns. He tells producer Olivia Humphreys the story of his 10,000 mile, life-changing journey.’