Christopher Nunn is a Yorkshire based photographer who is currently working on personal projects throughout the UK and Europe. He received a BA in Photography from Bradford University in 2004. His work has been exhibited throughout Great Britain and featured by numerous photographic resources including: Fraction Magazine, CNN Photos, Art Photo Index, Conscientious and the Financial Times Weekend magazine. Edith.
Shot in Edith’s flat after her death during the process of clearing out her possessions, these images look at how the things we own tell our story.
Edith, a horder, compulsive spender and dedicated churchgoer, was repeatedly the victim of junk mail scams and fraudsters, lured by the false promises of winning and becoming rich. She became trapped in a complicated cycle of debt which continued until her death in 2012.
All these problems began after her husband died in 1994.
To view more of Chris’s work, please visit his website.