Contrasts of ancient and modern Paestum.Read more "Paestum"
As it’s a new year, well almost, I’ve been giving my website a bit of a tidy up and new look. It’s been 6 years since the original website went up and I thought it was time to give it a bit of attention. The new look is more in keeping with the blog and […]Read more "Updated Website"
Just spent a very pleasant week working at the Museo de Artes Costumbres Poplares de Sevilla. A beautiful museum in the grounds of Parque de Maria Luisa. Below are a few pictures of the Museum and park furniture with added details of the Metropol Parasol at the Plaza de la Encarnacion (the modern structure).Read more "Sevilla"
It’s been a few weeks since I last updated this blog so I thought I’d start with a picture taken earlier in the year entitled, “You’re not a goldfish”. Great fun taking the pictures, especially when the family of walkers came past. It’s been a busy few weeks doing some installation photography, delivering a colour […]Read more "A bit of an update"
I’ve been spending the last week sorting out a small set of monochrome prints for an office installation and thought I’d share a few of them here. There’s no theme or any loose connection between the pictures except they were moments in time I happened to see, and lucky enough to photograph and I’d like […]Read more "Monochrome prints"
Congratulations to Rozenn Quere and her co-contributor Yasmine Eid-Sabbagh for winning the Recontres d’Arles Discovery Award 2013 earlier this month with their series “Possible and Imaginary Lives”. Rozenn worked with me at the National Gallery for a while whilst she was a student in Paris and it’s good to see she is still working successfully. […]Read more "Recontres d’Arles Discovery Award 2013"
A couple of panorama’s produced using Photomerge and some handheld images taken with a compact camera. The first is from Les Contanimes, France. The second is from an evening at the Paralympic games last summer. I’ve used photomerge in the past to produce giga pixel images of works of art under strict lighting and exposure […]Read more "Panorama’s"