In August, I spent a week in a beautiful old farmhouse in picturesque rural Yorkshire with my family, where we visited the imposing (Victorian grade two listed) Salts Mill in Saltaire. The Mill has an impressive book shop split over a couple of floors, along with a large collection of original work by David Hockney. Needless […]
Speckled Bush Cricket. I’m naturally drawn to photographing plants, flowers and the changing seasons. I like to get close and notice the details, and my camera allows me to see more than is possible with naked eye. (For example, when looking at one of my Acer trees I noticed this Cricket hanging out!)
Layout of my work in progress portfolio. The work I’ve selected for my work in progress portfolio was created whilst I was in the hospital, and at home as I convalesced for 12 weeks following surgery. I decided to display the work out of sync, to break up the linearity of it, and […]
Here’s my shelfie, sharing the books/zines/magbooks that I’m currently reading.
I created this presentation as part of the ‘Surfaces and Strategies’ Module for the MA Photography, Falmouth University.
I collated (and anonymised) a list of feedback from peers, friends and family regarding my Landings exhibition, which was available on my website.
‘Landings’ is a collection of current work by students and staff of the MA Photography course at Falmouth University. See some of our work here: http://www.landings.space
“… all good photographers have a deep commitment to, and involvement with, their subjects, and through photography they are communicating their understanding and passion to others.” (pg 18) “… a body of work by a photographer begins to reflect back to the viewer the author’s relationship not only to the subject but also to a […]