Haven’t blogged for a while but here are a couple of images I took recently for my ongoing Cornish landscape series. I refer to these images as The Hidden Familiar, what was a vast green landscape is very quickly being turned into money, with houses and large companies moving into any available space. These images […]
Here it is, the final nine chosen images ready for submission tomorrow. The Lost Industry project will continue now until May. The images were printed on A3 standard matt paper at around A4 size. I am happy with the slightly muted colours where the images still sit boldly on the paper.
I have been busy continuing work on my research project which is due in soon. It relates to this post from November, looking into the economic landscape of one of the poorest counties in the UK, Cornwall. Since then I have tweaked and amended parts of the project to follow a more focused direction for the […]
The busyness of this term has continued and the end of term and Christmas are nearly in sight! Can’t quite believe Christmas is only a month away! My dissertation on Lee Friedlander and the Picturesque Theory is coming along well and is in the finalising stages (what a relief!). I have been working hard with […]
So after a great Christmas holiday, I am back into the swing of things at uni. This month I am primarily working on my SDA 2, which this time is a purely digital brief. Incorporating manipulation, construction, etc. on Photoshop. I am still doing my research but am starting to trial ideas. The idea of […]
Here is the final movie I created as the output to the recent strangers project I did at UCF. Enjoy…. Strangers of Falmouth
Over the past two weeks, I have been involved in a couple of exhibitions which have taken place in our very own gallery space at University College Falmouth. The first exhibition was a display of pinhole and digital images from the National Trust Project I took part in, in March. It was a morning where […]
Here are some of my best shots from the SDA which I was talking about before. It was all shot on 120 film on the Grand Union Canal, Central London.
Happy New Year to all who read my blog! Today was the start of term two at uni. After a great month of being back at home, I am ready to conquer some more projects. This month I will be spending most of my time in the studios where we will be inducted with all […]
I am now at home for the Christmas holidays, it is nice being back in my home town meeting friends and family. Today I started my Christmas project, which is self-portraiture. Yes, this means it is my turn to put myself in front of the lens. I have had many ideas from the brief; the […]