The Weekender Book – London

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The Weekender Book (London) by Matt Porter is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). Matt Porter, the photographer behind this volume, is a freelance creative based in London.

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The Weekender Book (London) by Matt Porter is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). The Weekender series returns and this time we are going to London. The UK’s capital is ever growing and changing and The Weekender is capturing some of those hidden spots only an insider might know. The book is a mixture of iconic landmarks, interesting streets, and less well-known places (which deserve better recognition) to showcase the enigmatic spirit of this city through a local resident, Matt Porter. Discover the latest edition: The Weekender Book – London

Matt Porter, the photographer behind this volume, is a freelance creative based in London. He has a zeal and enthusiasm for photography and capturing natural moments and lifestyle compositions. His past photography work has involved collaborations with leading design brands, creative direction and his work featuring in travel books and lifestyle magazines. Matt is a Yorkshireman living in London. Matt can often be found exploring his city (and beyond). He takes inspiration from different environments to develop his writing and creative work.

Details: The Weekender Book – London

128 pages, hardcover, matte paper, 230 x 170 mm

Published by The Weekender Books
Manufactured in United Kingdom
Available in English
Reading situation Beach · Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling
Article No. bfweekendermitchell-london
Weight 720 g
Dimensions 18 × 24 × 2 cm

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