The internationally renowned landscape photographer, Thomas Joshua Cooper, has been capturing scenes of natural beauty for over thirty years. His work features some of the most remote and isolated locations around the world.
A lot of his photography is rare, and in some cases, never seen before by the public, but all that is about change at the Haunch of Venison. The gallery exhibition, Thomas Joshua Cooper: Messages will be showcasing over twenty photographs spanning the photographer's career, and will be on display until the 28th March. Messages attempts to tell the story behind what inspired Cooper, and the people influenced him, such as Richard Serra, Robert Frank, Timothy O'Sullivan, as well as the Japanese haiku poets Basho and Issa.