Blurring The Lines is my very first photography book to be published and is available for order now. This is a conceptual project that I have been working on for a number of years and blends athleticism & fashion through the use of digital and analogue methods. A blend of athleticism […]Read More
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Below are some scans from another roll that I shot in the Howardian Hills of North Yorkshire that is a part of the world that we now live in. I shot on a Leica M6 with Kodak Tri-X(ISO 400) and we developed the roll in our small kitchen and washed the […]Read More
Anya and I developed a second roll of black and white photographs. This time we shot a roll of Ilford HP5 on our trusty Nikon fm3a. We developed the roll in our small kitchen and washed the negatives in the bathroom before scanning on an Epson V800. In keeping with […]Read More
Today I spent the day with my daughter Anya developing some Ilford 100 35mm film. We both took images on a Nikon fm3a around the village that we now live in and also out on the nearby hills of North Yorkshire. It was a meaningful time to make memories as […]Read More
A quick visit to Facebook and it’s pretty obvious that we like the immediacy of being able to show others our experiences through posting photos that we have taken that day at a party, on holiday or on a scenic trail somewhere. Immediacy is key and has shaped this digital age in which we want instant […]Read More