The latest in the excellent series of Photographer’s Guides from Long Valley Books covers the beautiful county of Northumberland. It’s packed with great locations all along the coast from Tynemouth up to Berwick-upon-Tweed, plus the Northumberland countryside and national park and a section on the Hadrian’s Wall area. The countryside section features a couple of […]
I’ve just taken delivery of a really useful little book entitled The Photographer’s Guide to The Yorkshire Dales from Ellen Bowness of Long Valley Books. I can heartily recommend it to any photographer planning to go out and capture the Yorkshire Dales on camera. It also features seven of my images, including a Swaledale shot […]
Chocolate: The British Chocolate Industry is a new book from Shire Publishing by Paul Chrystal and Joe Dickinson including photography by Mark Sunderland. This book charts the history of chocolate manufacture, marketing and consumption in Britain from its origins in the eighteenth century. It then describes the golden age from 1900 to the 1970s and […]
Richmond and Swaledale Through Time, my sixth book with Paul Chrystal in the Through Time series from Amberley Books is now available. This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Richmond and the villages Swaledale have changed and developed over the last century. Richmond is one of the most scenic […]
As I’ve not posted anything so far in December I just thought I’d take the opportunity to wish everyone a Happy New Year! I have been very busy in 2010 with the history book assignments that I’ve been working on, and I have now completed all the photography for seven local history books – six […]
Two further Through Time titles by Paul Chrystal and Mark Sunderland: North York Moors Through Time and Tadcaster Through Time. Both titles contain over 90 archive images juxtaposed with contemporary photographs of the same locations along with informative captions.
The new book York Then & Now by Paul Chrystal and Mark Sunderland is now available from History Press, featuring archive photographs alongside modern equivalents. The city of York is one of England’s most historic and best preserved cities, which is uniquely reflected in this fascinating new compilation. Contrasting a selection of ninety archive images […]
Our next book in the Through Time series from Amberley has just been published. Entitled Villages Around York Through Time it features 180 images from Haxby, Wiggington, Strensall, Huntington and New Earswick and it is available now from all good bookshops and online.
Much of the photography that I’ve been working on over the last few months has been aimed at series of local history books – the Though Time series from Amberley Publishing and the Then & Now series from The History Press. In both cases, the books consist of old images from a particular town or […]