Tom Duffield is an alumni of the Photography course at Huddersfield who's primary specialism lies with film photography and a documentary style of story telling.
During his final year at Huddersfield, he created a project titled 'The Whole House Is Shaking' which showed the viewer a glimpse into Tom's life and relationship with his family on the farm where he grew up. Especially emphasising on the effect his father's heroine addiction had on him. This work is, In my opinion incredibly well done and beautifully captures the quaint area he lived his childhood, while showing a much deeper meaning to the work.
Further to this project, he used it as a way to emphasise the life lesson of the realisation of how short life truly is, which naturally sparks one's self to appreciate those around you so much more.
The previous statement and Tom's lecture in general is something which truly resonated with me, due to my own thoughts and experiences in life, discovering, myself, as to truly how short life is and how important it is to enjoy it in the moment.
Duffield, T 'The Whole House Is Shaking'