Craig Easton: Fisherwomen

We are excited to announce that Craig Easton and Ten O’Clock Books are publishing a beautiful portfolio edition of photographs from Craig’s ‘Fisherwomen’ series.

Craig’s work is a long term exploration in words and pictures of the contemporary and historical importance of women to the fishing industry following the traditional route of the herring trade from Shetland to Great Yarmouth.

Ten O’Clocks Books says,

“This twenty-four page 11”x15” portfolio edition (limited to 450) includes portraits of former and present-day fisherwomen alongside exquisite large format black & white landscapes. Combined with personal testimonies, the photographs weave a compelling tale of a unique phenomenon in the history of British women at work.

A special boxed Artist Edition (50) is also available which includes the twenty-four page portfolio presented in a bespoke embossed box along with with an original 12”x16" print of ’The hands that gut the herring’ and a signed/numbered certificate of authenticity."

Pre-orders available now at