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The first images, printed in the darkroom from my new 35mm daily diary project – shot on an Olympus 35 RC in and around Bristol.
A quick roundup of The Light Show at the Hayward Gallery in London and a selection of photographs of what caught my eye whilst hanging around Embankment…
A few of life’s little still lives!
Thoughts and reflections on Grayson Perry’s ‘Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman’ exhibition
Thoughts and reviews on The Overbearing Mother sculpture at LIDO in St Leonards and my day of fun helping with the micro cinema…
Two examples of tagging – one which is funny, the other which is fascist. I can’t help but be impressed at the lengths people go to when tagging…
Behold the best missing item poster ever!
A (rather late) review of an exhibition of Tomoko Takahashi and Anthony Gormley at De La Warr, Bexhill from Summer 2010.
Is it just me, or are you frequently baffled by why benches are put in certain places?
Thinking of recent events in Japan – it struck me how much a photograph’s meaning can be completely changed overnight based on the events that happen
The Life in the UK Test, British Citizenship and whether or not I know enough about life in this country to be a citizen. Plus…try the test today!
The appeal of heritage sites like Petwork House and Goodrich Castle comes mainly from my interest in watching other tourists engage with the sites…
Yet another nice sunset on Brighton beach – but taking photos of it has gotten rather boring, so I like to watch other people do it instead!
BRIGHTON PHOTO BIENNIAL 2010 THE REVIEWS PART 2 – DEGENERATION BY HUMAN ENDEAVOUR, STRANGE & FAMILIAR: THREE VIEWS OF BRIGHTON & A NIGHT IN ARGENTINA.
With the launch weekend of Brighton Photo Biennial 2010 behind us, here is a quick run down of a few of the shows I saw on my first day looking round!
What can you deduce from an image? What stories can you make up when you look at a photograph? Read my invented tale of life based on 1 image!
There was an amazing story on the BBC today about a robber who had a lettuce for a head! How can I resist the urge to represent this in cartoon form?
Amazing bit of Street Art come Graffiti Tagging come Public Art come Social Commentary come vandalism. The victim of which was Barclays Cycle Hire.
There is much talk of terror, threat and fear from all manner of members of society. It is time we investigated, particularly fears relating to bins.
The Conservative election machine rolled into the college I work at the other day so I documented David Cameron’s visit in none of its lack of glory. Photograph and comment…