Robin Cracknell is a photographer living in London, UK. His interests are death, impermanence and heartbreak. Working exclusively with film and old, malfunctioning cameras, he has been widely exhibited with solo shows both in London and New York. A selection of his notebooks feature in the acclaimed Thames and Hudson publication ‘Photographers’ Sketchbooks’ and his ‘Childhood’ series features in the equally acclaimed 2016 publication ‘Family Photography Now’. His work is in various private collections internationally as well as the National Portrait Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Fundacion Privada Sorigue, a museum of contemporary art in Lleida, Spain.