"From A Small Island" by Andrew Jackson - Directed by Jonathon Bartley

“No-one on that ship thought we’d be leaving home forever, but when my father hugged me on the dockside, for some reason, I knew I’d never see him again. I still see my father; you know, in my mind at least, after all these years. But I can’t see his face. No matter how hard I try.”

Amy Jackson

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"Andrew Jackson’s new body of work is as poignant a set of photographs as many of us are ever likely to see. Their themes are wide ranging, though perhaps central concerns are the familial effects and consequences of migration."

Eddie Chambers