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I am lucky enough to be exhibiting at Iydea again during the Brighton Festival. This time it is all handmade darkroom prints, from film negatives shot in manual, medium format cameras.  This includes some large prints nearly two feet square and prints onto canvas using liquid emulsion. “I feel like I’m swimming against the tide. … Read more »

Perspectives of Brighton – May 2012

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The Brighton Photographers Group are having an exhibition as part of the Brighton Festival Fringe.  It’s a wide-ranging exhibition installed at Food and Barista.  The preview evening is on Friday 4th May if you want to pop in. I put forward a few images and was lucky enough to have two chosen, so there was… Read more »

Lo-Fi Photo Fun!

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I’m dead chuffed to get my copy of Adam Bronkhorst‘s new book “Lo-Fi Photo Fun”.  It was great to do some DIY film developing with Adam and he also included a couple of my photos in his book to illustrate infra-red film photography and home colour film development. Adam is the warmest guy you could… Read more »

Rock Inn – June to August 2011

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I’m very pleased to be part of the excellent exhibition at the Rock Inn in Kemptown, organised by Andrew White.  Come down and take a look at some unique work

Iydea – Nov’10-Jan’11

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I’m really pleased to be exhibiting with Steve Wrigley at the Iydea in Brighton’s North Laine from November through to the new year. Steve is a lovely bloke and a brilliant photographer.  Here’s an image from a filmswap we did together.  He shot the film first, then he rewound it and I shot over the… Read more »

Strange Places – Nov 2010

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I am exhibiting as part of the Photo Fringe in Brighton’s biennial Photography Festival.  Four of my hand-made prints are showing at Add The Colour alongside work from Erika Szostak and Graham Lally. The work is wholly analogue, from 120 film shot on a manual Yashica Mat 124G through home development of the negatives to… Read more »