Feature Post | “Me, or both of us” by Meghan Lilleyman

Welcome to Wednesday! On Wednesday’s we try to share with you a special feature post – be it a series of travel or portrait photos, an interview, tutorials, etc. If you have a set or series of photos you may want to have featured in a future post, don’t hesitate to contact us!

We think  you’ll enjoy this intimate set of photos shared with us by UK based photographer, Meghan Lilleyman. The series, entitled “Me, or both of us,” was taken with a Polaroid SX-70 camera and Impossible Project SX-70 film and recently exhibited at the Montgomery Gallery in Sheffield, UK.


About this set, Meghan says:

Time is defined by light. As light moves across the room, it reveals a fleeting treasure – that touch of intimacy – with you, with nature beyond the window, with life inside these walls. These moments are precious and are saved as a physical memory, to share with our children and our grandchildren.

We also asked Meghan to share a little more about herself and her photography:

I’m Meghan Lilleyman from Chesterfield, UK. I take my cameras with me when I’m camping in the fields, walking in the woods, treasure hunting in charity shops and flea markets, and pretty much anytime I can fit one in my bag. I am drawn to analog photography and often use polaroids, which I have been shooting with for the last three years. I am interested in exploring intimacy, light and photographing the ones closest to me. I feel that polaroids are the perfect medium for this as they allow me to save fleeting moments captured on film as a physical memory that can be treasured. I like to spend the rest of my time watching films with the ones I love, hanging out with my animal friends, and making things.

Please enjoy this set and connect or check out more of Meghan’s work with the links below!

Website| Facebook | Twitter | Instagram


Speak Your Mind