Glastonbury All Mine

by Stuart Roy Clarke

This book of mine, all mine, my cake, my adornments, my festival, is less about headline acts and more about the delight of being at the most anti-war, life-affirming thing I have experienced.

Stuart Roy Clarke

Having shot Glastonbury Festival since the mid-80's, photographer Stuart Roy Clarke gives us his personal view of the famed UK performing arts event. Panoramic, yet intimate, his images present the full Glastonbury experience: the music and art, the immense landscape and its vibrant, pulsing community; the smiles and hugs and muddy boots, the dancing, and always the passionate faces of people bathed in the warm light of music and art.

Stuart Roy Clarke

b.1961 in Hertfordshire in England, is a photographer, artist, exhibitor, film-maker who is best known for his 30-year-long opus Homes of Football. The body of work has spawned 10 hardback books and a record number of traveling exhibitions. He has a daughter Ava, 14, not yet ‘a photographer.’

John Williams is an Associate Professor in the sociology of sport at the University of Leicester in the UK. He is widely known for his work on sports culture, especially soccer fandom, and is a season card holder at Liverpool Football Club.