John-Lloyd Quayle’s photographs taken in and around Merseyside, the Northern metropolitan county renowned for its football, music, night- life and shipyards work against popular misconceptions within the widespread media to portray an honest representation of working-class England.


Born in Birkenhead, Quayle has lived on the Wirral his entire life, and the autonomous documentation of his immediate family, Merseyside landscapes and the people who inhabit them is fuelled by a rediscovered appreciation for his hometown and desire to capture its continual regeneration.