The Lifeboat Station Project is about the lifeboat volunteers, for the lifeboat volunteers.
Travelling in his mobile darkroom (a decommissioned NHS ambulance), Jack Lowe uses an ancient process to make photographs on glass as the Victorians used to between the 1850s and 1880s.
By visiting all 237 RNLI Lifeboat Stations in the UK and Republic of Ireland, he is creating an unprecedented photographic documentation, immortalising a vital aspect of our island nation’s culture.
The photographs will ultimately be showcased in a stunning exhibition and book, both of which are set to be huge fundraisers for the RNLI.
The Lifeboat Station Project is currently scheduled to be completed in 2020. Learn more at lifeboatstationproject.com
Production Company: Schoolhouse Digital
Director: Peter Naylor
DP: Peter Naylor