I have added a new gallery page for a series I shot last year, exploring a nice big and bright unused building, with the help of my friend Sophie.
I've added a gallery page for A quiet place, the first of many series of photos I shot with my good friend Denise Valentine. You might recognise the location from other photos of mine, this was the first time I shot there too.
I had the pleasure of meeting fellow nudity enthusiast, artist, and model, Serenity Hart, over the weekend, and after attending a nude swim we set forth to find somewhere to shoot, in London; a city we both had but a passing familiarity with. A more chaotic approach than I usually take for sure! We finally found (or rather Serenity skillfully spotted) these lovely desolate garages. After dodging packs of children and the occasional car being deposited we finally got a few shots done, and I am delighted with the outcome.
I've always found urban spaces fascinating, especially ones like this with repeating patterns, lines, and symmetries. Combining my interest in such spaces with my interest in nudes is something I've been meaning to do for a while, and hope to continue with from here. There is an obvious contrast of the artificial with the organic, but also an atypical combination of two facets of humanity - These spaces are made by us, and for us, but rarely see us in our natural form.
More images from the series, on the gallery page.
In my efforts to tackle my photographic backlog, and keep posting stuff on my JEGographic works tumblr, I decided to do a second pass edit of my Tattoos and graffiti series, and as a result found a couple of extras shots I like. You can see the complete, and newly expanded series, on here, Or find the whole series available as prints on my RedBubble.