Margate PhotoFest

Friday 12th August marks the opening night for this years Margate Photofest. With the theme ‘Organic‘ eight different locations shall be exhibiting an eclectic range of photographic art, by a diverse range of artists. Chosen to curate one of these spaces, I have gathered five artists to exhibit at HKD, The Trace.  Concerned with remembrance, … Continue reading

University of Westminster Photography Degree Show

From the 16th-20th of June the old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane housed the photography degree shows of 2011. The space T1 was dominated by Ba(Hons)Photographic Art students  from the University of Westminster where my project The Interference of Mr A. Ferguson and other performances was exhibited alongside artists, Sam Nightingale and Craig Barker. The … Continue reading

The Interference of Mr A. Ferguson: Performance Four

I wonder for a long while, contemplating who the woman is, what is her name? I turn over the photograph and find written, squiggled in pencil, Josephine. A few weeks later whilst in a junk shop I find a letter written to Alice. I decide to make them friends. They shall be terribly good friends. … Continue reading

The Interference of Mr A. Ferguson: Performance Three

I wonder for a long while, contemplating who the woman is, what is her name? I turn over the photograph and find written, squiggled in pencil, Josephine. A few weeks later whilst in a junk shop I find a letter written to Alice. I decide to make them friends. They shall be terribly good friends.  … Continue reading

The Interference of Mr A. Ferguson: Performance Two

I wonder for a long while, contemplating who the woman is, what is her name? I turn over the photograph and find written, squiggled in pencil, Josephine. A few weeks later whilst in a junk shop I find a letter written to Alice. I decide to make them friends. They shall be terribly good friends.  … Continue reading

The Interference of Mr A. Ferguson: Performance One

I wonder for a long while, contemplating who the woman is, what is her name? I turn over the photograph and find written, squiggled in pencil, Josephine. A few weeks later whilst in a junk shop I find a letter written to Alice. I decide to make them friends. They shall be terribly good friends.  … Continue reading

100 Kilometres

Concerned with the notions of loss and communication I have brought the correspondence of my past to the shores of where England and France once met. The journey and act of photographing demonstrate a ritualistic performance similar to the weekly letters one writes to those living distantly. Becoming almost like a performance and an obsession … Continue reading

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.