Silent Cities Volume Seven, journeying through the architecture of eternity via the eyes and lens of memorial photographer Jeane Trend-Hill. Containing over 150 stunning images of unique monuments... More > including angels, crosses, animals and shrouded figures.< Less
Silent Cities Volume Eight, the continuing journey of amazing graves brought to you by the keen eyes and lens of memorial photographer Jeane Trend-Hill. Containing over 156 stunning images of unique... More > monuments – it’s a wonderful afterlife!< Less
A photo book featuring some of the most interesting and unusual monuments photographed during the last five years by renowned memorial photographer Jeane Trend-Hill. Over 80 colour images, some which... More > have never published before. Each page contains information about the memorial including the Lancaster angel, the kiss of death, Raspali, Marigold Churchill and many others. This is the crème de la crème from the Silent Cities series of books and this award winning photographer.< Less
Silent Cities Volume Ten brought to you by memorial photographer Jeane Trend-Hill. Containing stunning images of unusual and interesting monuments from the cemeteries of London and other parts of the... More > UK, Venice and Barcelona.< Less
An album of Victorian photographs presented by Jeane Trend-Hill, featuring 40 original prints.
Jeane Trend-Hill is an author, photographer and artist. She loves all things Victorian and collects... More > albums, mourning jewellery and taxidermy and is also a Victorian style actress and model. Many of the original photos in her collection were beautiful but faded. Recently she began the arduous task of scanning and restoring some of them to present in a modern day Victorian style album.< Less
Silent Cities Volume Eleven brought to you by memorial photographer Jeane Trend-Hill. Containing stunning images of interesting and unusual monuments from the cemeteries of London, other parts of the... More > UK and Europe.< Less
A fantastic photo book depicting some of the amazing graffiti to be found adorning the walls, doors, floors and in some cases cars of London, Paris and Barcelona. Containing over 50 stunning colour... More > images captured by the keen eyes and lens of photographer Jeane Trend-Hill.< Less
Magic and snowball to the rescue by Jeane Trend-Hill is the third children’s book in the Magic series and centres around Magic the blackbird and his friends. The original Magic book was based... More > on the true story of finding an injured blackbird and nursing it back to health. Book two, Magic and the metal monsters highlights the need for less pollution (metal monsters being cars.) The new book tells the story of a rescue mission by the cemetery dwelling birds and has an anti bullying theme.
Touching stories for the young and young at heart.< Less
Photographs and tales from one of London’s most infamous tower blocks, designed by architect Erno Goldfinger. Known as the ‘tower of terror’ in the late 1970s, things have moved on... More > a lot since then. Jeane spent some time living at Trellick to see what life in the tower is really like. She had access to the entire building as well as talking to some of the residents.
"I’m not sure exactly when I fell in love with Trellick Tower, it’s always been there, looming in the background, the kind of place you either love or hate. I’ve passed it by many times over the years and always wondered what it would be like to actually live there. Recently I was given the opportunity to do just that. Now I could really get under the (concrete) skin of Trellick Tower and see what it was like from the inside".
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