1. I made it mom.

  2. Lawrence and Titan. Gweek, Cornwall.

  3. A couple more possible images for the first part of my Cornish Americans story. Fowey, Cornwall.

  4. Readymoney Cove, Fowey.

    Around 20% of the Cornish male population migrated abroad from ports such as Fowey, Padstow and Looe. Many were forced to leave family and loved ones behind in search of better wages and greater opportunities. In total, the county lost over a quarter of a million people between 1841 and 1901. 

  5. The Cornish Americans & The ‘Great Miner’s Migration’.

    In short:

    This year I will be making a documentary story on the ‘Great Migration’ of Cornish miners to the U.S over the 19th and 20th century. I plan to shed light on the reasons for the migration and travel to areas of U.S in the new year to document present day Cornish Americans and the reinvention of Cornish culture. 

    Here a few images from my first shoot at South Crofty mine, Pool. October 2013.

    (Source: robertherron)

  6. #falmouth #cornwall

  7. A couple of images from yesterdays shoot with designer Jaz Sangha.
    Model: Kym Ellison.

    Photos: Rob Herron

  8.  Promotional shot of musician Tom Gall.

  9. More from my editorial on Tom Gall.

  10. New video on Tom Gall.

    (Source: robertherron)

  11. clubguillotine:


    Photo Credit: Rob Herron.

  12. A little peep at some new editorial work with musician Tom Gall. 

    (Source: robertherron)

  13. Inception bridge, Paris.

    (Source: robertherron)

  14. Hannah, Pere Lachaise cemetery, Paris. Feb ‘13

  15. Shane, La Marias, Paris. Feb ‘13