The 2020 litfest has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Stay safe!
Acclaimed landscape photographer David Wilson lives in Llangwm with his wife Anna and two young boys Charlie and Harry.
David's work captures his home county of Pembrokeshire and further afield, Wales. Photographing primarily in black and white he explores the landscape in search of stories: an abandoned farm, a remote chapel, a cottage at the top of a lane; all add a powerful narrative to his images.
Author of two landscape photography books, 'Pembrokeshire' and 'Wales: A Photographer's Journey', David's work demonstrates his love and sense of awe for his native Wales.
"These are powerful images. They remind us that rural Wales has a stark and demanding beauty." Griff Rhys Jones
David will be talking to Jamie Owen on 12 August about his new book 'Hinterland' which shows the extraordinary landscape of Wales and gives an insight into the filming of the eponymous cult TV serial.
David's photographs will be on sale at the Wesleyan Chapel on the Green between 12 noon and 5 pm on each day of the festival (11 - 13 August 2017)