Sunday Papers, Macciato and Lines of Communication: We came across Mark Sayer’s ‘Project Coffee Shop’ on our Flickr stream.
These images are a selection of Mark Sayer‘s favourites from a series entitled ‘Project Coffee Shop’. ”It’s a project I started working on this year with the concept being unobtrusive candid portraits of people in a coffee house,” he tells us.
“Be it in a group friends or some quality time alone with a good book or the Sunday papers. I seem to be able to portray ‘a better story’ with this style than I can with street.”
Mark Sayer is a semi professional photographer with well over a decade’s experience in reportage photography.
He is mainly concentrating on building up his library of images for ‘Project Coffee Shop’. “I shoot street as a bit of fun,” he says. “And there are other client based jobs to keep me busy.”
“If money was not an option and I could choose one, it would be without a doubt, spending time chilling out in and around coffee shops building up my library of images with the intention of publishing them in a book,” he adds.
“I don’t use anyone else than theprintspace to have my work produced,” says Mark. “Fantastic value, stunning quality every time.”
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