Following the tragedy at Grenfell every tower block in the country was inspected to avoid the same from happening. Upon further inspection the tower blocks of Horatia and Leamington were found to be structurally unsound and were this evacuated. This has resulted in two twenty story flat blocks that should be bursting with light andContinue reading “Horatia and Leamington”
The Camera Obscura is an ancient concept of a darkened room with an opening allowing light to pass through. This light projects the outside world upside down and back to front and in all its glory on the walls inside the camera. Andrew has been refining his practice of making and documenting camera obscuras and examplesContinue reading “Camera Obscura”
Been wanting to shoot this location for ages!
There’s something I’ve always loved about shooting at night. It’s that ‘playground of light’. This, coupled with my love of non-place, deadpan and industrial spaces, comes together to form photographic documents the likes of which many do not consider!
Loving the clear winter sky’s recently! Snapped this beauty at Queen Elizabeth Country Park in Horndean earlier this week.
As part of an ongoing exploration of the non-place I am closing in on several categories of space. The view is to create a typology of non-place. A photographic record of the world around us. A world which we frequent on a regular basis but rarely think of as anything special. In this particular instanceContinue reading “Isambard Brunel Car Park”
Recently after a load of ‘Smoke Photography’ images I said I would write a blog post of a guide to what I had done and how I had done it. Below is an image of the whole set up and I will discuss this in detail. My set up is possibly overkill but it’s kitContinue reading “Smoke Photography – A how to guide”
Recently when working for a new client I was quite privileged to photograph two Regimental Sergeant Major ‘Dine Outs’ in a row. To the uninformed these are basically retirement parties for individuals who have spent a very large portion of their life serving in the army, the first was 23 years of service and theContinue reading “Fort Blockhouse Officers Mess”