In early 2017, artist Dan Llywelyn Hall began a new series of portraits of seafarers; basing himself in the Merchant Navy Club in Hull. His subjects were the men and women from the city’s seafaring industry. Hull was, until recent times the UKs largest fishing port employing thousands of people and their families from across the city.
Ann-marie Conlon, a photographer and documentary filmmaker whose photographs famously captured the collapse of the Twin Towers, filmed Dan Llywelyn Hall throughout the drawing process.
You can visit our ‘Seafarers (Portraits at sea)‘ page to read more about about (and see a selection of) Dan Llywelyn Hall’s portraits .