Andrew Butler

Sold cameras in London’s West End in the late 1970s. This was when I bought my first proper camera. Psychology degree at Middlesex Poly in the 1980s, much later a PGCE at Exeter; Ted Wragg Award winner. Owned a courier company in West Yorkshire in between. Designing websites in the late 1990s, brands, too, loved litho. Created the original Arts Award brand for Arts Council England. Focussed on photography after a move to Devon around 2002.  Now a Sudden Cardiac Arrest survivor living with a bit of cancer, it changes one’s perspective. Doing OK, though.

Shocked to be Here Still

In 2017 my younger sister died of cancer at 57. She realised she was unwell at the beginning of the year, and by July, her journey had ended. So, early in 2018, I thought it would be prudent to bother my GP with my own concerns. As a man then approaching sixty, my prostate was ...

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