In your bag 968, Anthony Chatburn
Anthony is a third time visitor, this time sharing with us a setup that would not look out of place in a Victorian drawing room. Check it out.
Hi JCH, My third submission and it’s been along while since i was last here (you can see the other bags here)!
Since my last submission I’ve left university and i am currently working in a factory to support my art and lifestyle, i am an artist by training and my work is mainly comprised of photography music and writing, i currently work as a warehouseman, working in the real world not only pays the rent but gives me the value of hard work and it allows me to create my art, i have always strongly adhered to the principle you don’t work you don’t eat.
I havent been shooting that much these days and after a long break from photography so ive decided to get back behind the veiwfinder.
As always its a minimal carry as its part of my EDC and i strongly adhere to the discipline of pack light travel fast.
– Sturdy cheap soviet shooter completely manual 35mm film camera. You even have to close the aperture youself before you take your shot.
I love that a all manual camera slows you down, it makes getting that shot more worthy, good art should never be easy.
– Simulacra and simulation by Jean Baudrillard
Amber leaf rolling tobacco
– A british smokers close and personal friend
– Bicycle Pump (Im a Cyclist commuter)
– Allen keys (keep that bike in check)
– Pen & dictaphone (Doing alot of creative writing these days so these are essentials)
– iPad Mini WiFi (v1) (Not pictured as its taking the photo, a handy every day tool for sharing my work, keeping in touch with friends organising life and incredibly useful for writing!)
to see any of my work you can visit my website
Thanks for coming back and sharing your bag with us, Anthony. Interesting changes.
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