My friends Renata asked to shoot, and such a bright and sunny person fit well with a bright and sunny day! See the rest of the series on the gallery page.
I've added a new gallery page for another old shot with Denise Valentine, Lost in the Electronic Jungle, which was one of the few times I've shot on film, medium format in this case. You can see the whole series on said page.
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.
As part of her work she has written up some really interesting and introspective thoughts on the shoot and the photographs on her blog, and derived her own images from the photographs too. Continuing her thoughts on the actual shoot brought up some very interesting analysis of her body confidence, an area I am generally very interested in:
I've added a new gallery page for the latest subject in my Neutral Nudes sequence, Jess.
I've added a new gallery page for two related series, Flux and Multitude, a collection of abstract nudes exploring repetition and motion.
I've been doing yoga lately. I couldn't stay for all of one session this week, so took my camera to shoot my friends instead. Quite like the outcome, yoga seems quite a photogenic activity, very sculptural. More images on the gallery page.
I’ve added a life drawing section to the site. It’s a blog format, so I’ll keep posting new stuff to the top, but the existing posts go way back to my first ever life drawings!
I've added a page for one of my favourite, most technically challenging, and if I do say so myself, mot successful projects, Experiments in the fourth dimension. This series explores time, and how it is captured through photography, with a series of experiments examining different actions occurring around a hypercube, a four dimensional shape.
I've added a page for some images I shot a few years ago, an experiment using duct tape to make geometric patterns on the body. I liked the idea, and sort of liked the images, but there was always something not quite right about them too, so I revisited them to do a fresh edit, and am much happier with the results. The tape still has characteristics which cause imperfections I find bothersome, but the overall effect I like. See the full image set on their own page.