In 1981 and 1982, photographer Paul Graham travelled up and down the A1, the longest road in the UK, documenting his journey through the heart of Britain with the series A1, The Great North Road. London-based photographer Michael Thomas Jones takes his cues from Graham with THE A9 PROJECT, which sees him traverse the longest motorway in Scotland to document how people intend to vote in today's referendum on independence. In a nod to Graham's work, Jones has also installed his images at the London crossroads where the A1 finally meets the A9 – you can see them at the junction between Upper Street and Goswell Road. Despite counting himself as a yes voter, Jones says that A9 doesn't throw its lot in with either political camp. As Britain waits to see how Scotland votes, Jones displays a nation of Scots poised to make one of the biggest decisions in its history. Dazed Digital


Eillish and Shauna, YES / DON’T KNOW.  Golspie, Sutherland.

︎︎︎   ︎

Katie McCauley, with family. Voting NO. Kingussie

Angus Shaw. Voting NO. Ruthven Barracks, Kingussie