Vision 9

I have chosen to present my contribution to the upcoming joint exhibition at the Oxo Gallery in London in a slightly unconventional way. The images themselves represent a continuing fascination with, and pursuit of,  the elements of decay and degeneration. This time not in nature, but man made. More specifically an attempt to orchestrate a pleasing…

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Returning to ⌘P

Charlie Waite is one of many photographers to champion the importance and satisfaction to be gained from turning a digital file into a physical print. Such advocates are possibly less forthright about the challenges and difficulties attendant when one decides to take up that particular  gauntlet and commit image to paper however. For reasons unclear,…

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Beyond ⌘P

For some time now I have been thinking about ways to take the physical reproduction of my images in a slightly different direction. Perhaps as a consequence of the unpredictability of my image making, I feel that simply pressing command+p at the end of the editing process is less than satisfactory. As anyone who does…

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On Choices

    Making ‘Fragile’  (Triplekite Publishing; released July 2016. ISBN 978-0993258947) I used to be a street photographer. It took me a while to discover that I don’t really have the personality for it – the ethics of stealing images is troublesome and the idea of approaching a total stranger, asking them to give up five minutes…

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The Blues

    And so the annual bluebell pilgrimage begins. If previous years are anything to go by, debates will rage over how best to capture the mist cloaked carpets of blue that are abundant in so many woodlands at this time of year. Is there anything left to say that hasn’t already been said so adroitly…

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