As I prepare for the exhibition in August that Gary has organised as part of SALA, I pin my prints to this wall and pop in and out of my darkroom to decide whether each prints needs more or less work and if the whole body is working cohesively. So far things are all looking… Continue reading Exhibition Preparations
Recently I wrote about the year ahead and the exhibitions that I had either confirmed or was planning on confirming. As of this week the last of these exhibitions were locked in. I’m having an exhibition with Gary Sauer-Thompson at Atkins Photo lab as part of the SALA festival this year. Gary and I often… Continue reading Moving forward by looking backward?
Well, one way to differentiate your work from the masses posting on Instagram is to make your work into prints and display them somewhere. Just that separates you from most. A print is a real thing, something you can stand in front of and look at for a while. But also build a website, make… Continue reading Food for thought?
Eastman house have a really interesting exhibition on at the moment A MATTER OF MEMORY: PHOTOGRAPHY AS OBJECT IN THE DIGITAL AGE With the convenience and ubiquity of computers and smartphones, the majority of photographic images are being recorded digitally rather than on film. As this transformation has broadened access to photographic images—both in making… Continue reading Reasons to be elsewhere #21061106
When is an analogue print ready to be exhibited?
Want to learn analogue photography?
This year I have spent more time in my darkoom than I can remember since I built it in 2002. The second group exhibition I’m involved in opens on Saturday the 1st of October 2016, and is on view until, the 4th of November, at the ‘Light Gallery’ at the CCP, 138 Richmond Road, Marleston,… Continue reading Darkroom work?