Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes by David Wilson, Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas, published by Graffeg
Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes by David Wilson, Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas, published by Graffeg
Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes by David Wilson, Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas, published by Graffeg
Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes by David Wilson, Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas, published by Graffeg
Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes by David Wilson, Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas, published by Graffeg
Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes by David Wilson, Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas, published by Graffeg
Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes by David Wilson, Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas, published by Graffeg
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Hardback | 192 pages | 250 x 250mm
Publication October 2017  |  ISBN 9781910862995

Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes is a collection of photographs, essays and snapshots from the making of the hit TV show Hinterland. Edited by the show’s creators Ed Talfan and Ed Thomas, the Hinterland book brings together behind-the-scenes photographs with stunning black and white images of the landscapes of Ceredigion, captured by west Wales photographer David Wilson. There is an essay by Ceredigion novelist Cynan Jones, documenting his response to the show’s settings and the stories which resonate there.’

The book is also available in a Welsh language version, Y Gwyll: Tirweddau Ceredigion, featuring an essay by Welsh author Caryl Lewis.

Hinterland / Y Gwyll is a noir police detective drama set in the west Wales county of Ceredigion. It follows DCI Tom Mathias and DI Mared Rhys as they uncover a world of mystery, half-truths and false trails. Every 90 minute episode is written, filmed and broadcast in both Welsh and English, on S4C and BBC retrospectively. The show is now broadcast in over 100 countries and attracts tourists to Ceredigion from all corners of the globe. The first two series’ are also available to view on Netflix.

David Wilson is a fine art photographer who strives in his work to capture the beguiling coast and countryside of his native Wales. His images depict the breath-taking beauty and raw majesty of a land and seascape sculpted by extreme elements and partially shaped by man. His acclaimed books include; Pembrokeshire, an homage to his home county, Wales – A Photographer’s Journey, an epic visual travelogue of an enchanting country, and The Starlings & Other Stories, a unique collaboration with some of the finest crime fiction writers in Britain.

Listen to Ed Talfan, Ed Thomas and David Wilson chat with Jon Gower at The Hay Festival 2017 about all things Hinterland and the Ceredigion landscape, click here.

Reviews:

'In this collaboration with the programme makers, David Wilson embarked on a glorious photographic journey in the region: exploring abandoned farms; remote chapels; barren hills; cascading waterfalls; windswept beaches. Including on-set and behind-the-scenes photography from the Hinterland series this book is a visual celebration of Ceredigion.' Tenby Observer