'We Happy Few' is a 2010 project that combined photography with concrete poetry, drawing on the well-known 'Battle of Agincourt' speech from Henry V to consider Britain's complicated and aggressive relationship with Iraq. It's part of the archive because it has its obvious problems, but I'm still very fond of it, and I am still very interested in combining photographic images with text in different ways. 'We Happy Few' can still be seen as a whole at www.wehappyfew.org.uk