1929 – 2014. English photographer Roger Mayne was most famous for his documentation of the children of Southam Street, London. In the early 1950s he made photographic portraits of many residents in the artist’s-colony town of St. Ives, Cornwall. Roger moved to Lyme Regis, Dorset in 1975. A major exhibition of his portraits was held at the National Portrait Gallery in 2004 and he was represented in an important exhibition at Tate, Liverpool in 2006.