I began what used to be called "ghosting" (until that word took on a new meaning) in my hometown of Bath in 2011. My work happened to be noticed by Dan Brown, who curated the archive Bath In Time—a collection of old photos of the city of Bath. He gave me access to the archive, and, in 2012, we collaborated on an exhibition to commemorate 60 years after the Bath Blitz: "Bath in the Blitz - Then & Now". My ghosted images depict the former destruction to the city and the lives of bathonians at the time, merged with modern day Bath.
See the full album of ghost images here.