Contact

Download link for Press Kit June/July 2017: Gone West Press Kit 2017

For further asistance:

  • Mathew Jones - matt@gonewest.com
  • Thomas Silcock - tom@gonewest.com

 


We are proud to have been featured within both printed publications as well as online.

PRINTED


The Essential Journal

We have hosted two guest articles within The Essential Journal, dubbed as the 'Gentleman's Newspaper', for whom we were happy to put together some pieces aimed at their readers.

Issue 1 - Ski Season, 2014/15 Norway in all it's Glory.



Mundo Bio Magazine 

Mundo Bio Bio Cultura are a magazine based in mainland Spain. There idea is to encourage and promote environmentally conscious initiatives and eco friendly products/services.

Issue 22


ONLINE


Festival Cumbres

Festival Cumbres is the first ever nomadic mountain film festival to tour across Chile. The team set out with an aim of holding talks at different mountain towns/resorts throughout the country, and our long time family member Mr Cristobal Ruiz was instrumental in the implementation of this festival and so naturally we were stoked to get involved!


    Fly Fishers Inc Magazine


Camden Markets: Life Between the Stalls

Whilst holding our pop-up stall in Camden locks Market, London, we were lucky enough to meet the fabulous and talented Ms Amy Brindley and get involved with her project "Camden Markets: Life Between the Stalls."

Part of a multi-platform documentary project revolving around the theme of community. The vibrant Camden Markets in North London have been in existence for over 40 years, supporting independent traders who prefer to do business in a more traditional and personal way. Camden is home to a historically notorious sub culture and lively community. Camden Markets and the eccentric community of workers within them are integral to the unique identity of the area. Gentrification of local markets in London as well as nationally is becoming prevalent, and Camden Markets is the latest victim. During the course of shooting this documentary, a large part of the markets was closed down and demolished. This project documents the markets at a historic time when the future of the markets and its community is unknown. With the livelihoods of the stall traders and the existence of the market’s family-like community at risk, this project focuses on those who will be most impacted by the gentrification of Camden Markets: the independent traders. This short photo film is told from the perspective of the traders. A solo project with post-production audio by Jack Bartley. With special thanks to the stall traders at Camden Markets.