Pals, I’m sorry I haven’t been around much recently. Good old mental illness has truly been kicking me in the arse for a while, but I’m working on it. I’m hanging on. In the meantime, I thought I’d share some photographs with you. I took my mam to Paris for a few days. She’s not […]
Over the weekend I travelled the furthest away from home I’ve ever been, spending two days in Prague. I took three cameras and a pair of walking boots with me, and came back with blisters and very, very many photographs of architecture. I love architecture, and Prague is an ideal place to make pictures of […]
Narrative and nature go hand in hand. We’ve used stories to make sense of the world around us, to feel control over the uncontrollable, the inexplicable. To experience a connection, or to delight in an uncanny disconnect. The trees bear witness, the waters offer chances anew. Who is standing on the other side of that […]
Despite Southern Rail’s best attempts, I made it into Brighton today to visit the Drawing Circus’s The Sleep of Reason event, which was held at The Old Market. A theatrical drawing event, The Sleep of Reason was populated by a troupe of models who provided a series of still tableaus. The Drawchestra performed live music […]
These are some pictures I took on my La Sardina analogue camera while attending the Gaming the Gothic conference in Sheffield earlier this year. Rather a lot has happened between now and then – a family crisis, illness – and I think the film has got rather poorly treated and bashed about in the interim. […]
I’ve been playing around with my La Sardina analogue camera recently, mostly getting to grips with the multiple exposure technique. I love how dreamy and strange the resulting effect is. Here are a few examples I’ve taken around Chichester recently, mostly in the Bishop’s Palace Gardens.