The Domestic Memories video journals the immediate rise and popularity of photography at the onset of mainstream and accessible technology. The documentary follows amateur level work, and how it has impacted the world of high art. The video features photography from various collections that include:
- The Kodak Collection
- Film and Photography, Bradford
- National Museum of Television
- Documentary Photographic Archive of Manchester
At just under 30 minutes, the video ultimately assesses the greater impact of photography in the public, and how the art form has acted as a self-reflection of pain, joy, and general reality. The video is most often seen from the eyes of famed photographers Jimmy Forsyth and Jack Hulme.