Mark Neville is a British social documentary photographer.
In 2004, following a one-year residency in Port Glasgow, Scotland, he publishes "Port Glasgow Book Project"; the book is distributed as a free gift to all members of the community.
In 2017, his photobook "Fancy Pictures" (Steidl), including images from six of his projects and a discussion with David Campany, is shortlisted for the "Photobook of the Year" award by Paris Photo / Aperture Foundation.
In 2019, he is shortlisted for the "Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize".
In 2020, he moves to Kyiv, Ukraine, and publishes in 2022 with Nazraeli "Stop Tanks with Books"; 750 copies are distributed for free to policy-makers. The photobook, released just weeks from the invasion of Ukraine by Russia during the winter 2022, is immediately sold out. A second augmented edition is published during the summer 2022.
© Self-portrait of the artist taken from an article in The Guardian
Presentation by Nazraeli: PLEASE NOTE: The text below and the images of the page spreads were taken from the Nazraeli website on the page presenting the second edition of this photobook (blue cover). " British artist Mark Neville moved home and studio from London to live in Kyiv, Ukraine, last year. With 100,000 Russian troops amassed on the Ukrainian...