First exhibition of the year sees a series of images from 2011 showing breadth to the artist’s home city.
Being new to zine-making I’m learning the fine art of zine-marketing; and I’m starting to get a list of places to send my photo booklets to. One of these was the Tumblr blog, ‘We are lucky’. I sent them ‘Crossing Poland‘ – and reviewer, Louis Little compared me to Trent Parke and said “This bookContinue reading “Crossing Poland review”
Look up. We’re often told to change our viewpoint; this series of images captures the view of the city as the visitor cranes their neck upwards. A look around at what is above, the higher echelons. Is it attainable or is it simply a gained height? In itself a study or the architecture of aContinue reading “Upwardly Immobile”
A non-photography publication! What’s going on? It’s the Loosely Bound first edition, remixed…
Crossing Poland joins the reading table at a Magnum photographer’s UK premier.
A quick weekend jaunt to the coast, a walk on the beach and, a few shutter clicks later, my take on the fringe of the sea in Bridlington on Yorkshire’s coast.
A frozen canal. Ice ruptured and smashed – then healed. This collection of 16 photographs examines the surface of a frozen canal which has been violently broken and has since re-frozen. Like scars on a wound these blemishes demonstrate nature in action and reflect on the frailties of humanity. Pages: 16 | Size: A5 (landscape) | B&W | ViewContinue reading “Ice Shapes”
Is lovely – so long as it’s constructive; but it’s even more lovely when someone really gets your work. I recently sent a copy of Crossing Poland to Christophe in France and I was overjoyed when he took time to write back to me… I received your book two days ago, thank you very much.Continue reading “Feedback…”
Just to let you all know that a gallery of my images, shot in the city of Lublin are now posted on the Exposure Leeds website; please don’t hesitate to pop over there; have a good look, and leave a comment! View gallery.
“Come spend an evening watching PowerPoint presentations. No, really” – in images what the Leeds phenomenon is all about!