Where Are You? 2003, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester. With Jo Shaw (née Cotterill)


Postman’s Diary book series 2003-2004

White Dog Biz and other stories 2000. With Jo Shaw (née Cotterill)

You Are Here 2003

WHERE ARE YOU? (05) 2005 With Shaw & Shaw. Lichtaffen

Back 2 Front 2007

Compact News 2007-09

TEMPORARY ART SHOW, Bates’ Mill, Huddersfield. May 2008

Lost in the Post, Old Street Publishing, 2008

North, Temporary Art Space, Piece Hall, Halifax. With Shaw & Shaw. April 2009.

The Most Difficult Thing Ever, Cow Lane Studios, Salford. 2012

Blog North Awards, The Deaf Institute, Manchester. 2012

The Most Difficult Thing Ever, Book/CD. 2013

The Most Difficult Thing Ever, Book/CD. 2013

The Rookery (trailer), Hebden Bridge Picture House, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival, September 2015

A Bird Spotters Guide to Yorkshire (trailer), Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent. 2016

Recorded Delivery, Grassington, Hebden Bridge, Holmfirth, and Huddersfield, Yorkshire festival. 2016


The Most Difficult Thing Ever. Film and live soundtrack. Featuring Beeves and ML-B

4th World Congress of Psychogeography, University of Huddersfield, 2017

Photo: Tim Chapman

Photo: Roshana Rubin-Mayhew www.roshanarubinmayhew.com

Photo: Jared Szpakowski www.jaredszpakowski.co.uk

Photos: Shaw & Shaw www.shawandshaw.co.uk

Photo: Alice Bradshaw www.alicebradshaw.co.uk

Round About Town, Uniformbooks 2018

Round About Town

Kevin Boniface

“I see the waxwings again. This time they are in the tree by the flats where the skinny Asian man with the grey jeans and studded belt is trying to gain access by shouting Raymond.” Sunday, 23 January 2011

For the last eight years Kevin Boniface has been writing succinct descriptions of events and incidents that have taken place whilst out and about on his postal round, his daily route taking him from the main sorting office to the streets and outlying neighbourhoods above the town.

In these commentaries and records nothing seems to be typicalengaged and disconnected conversations, the observed and the overheardthe everyday activity of life on the move.

With 58 black and white photographs.