Recently I was interviewed by Shutter Hub, and talked about my latest work, and how I reached this point.
The images are part of my Fusion series.
I am delighted that my portfolio of prints from a "A Grain of Sand " won the "Shutter Hub" award at the 2014 Format Photography Festival in Derby. The judge for this was Brian Griffin so I am very flattered.
The award is featured here
It's not very often that anyone takes the time for a considered review of a lecture I have given, so thanks to Durham Photographic Society for THIS one. It was a pleasure to visit and talk to more than a hundred people.
My work is part of a group exhibition by the photographers of Luminis, which opens at the Watchtower Gallery in Berwick upon Tweed. I will be showing a variety of camera-less images all of which are for sale.
The Luminis group were formed over ten years ago, and although many of its members have exhibited individually before, this is the first group show they have put together.
The refreshing emphasis of the Luminis group is on the creation of finely crafted photographic prints, which are presented as the natural outlet and the ultimate expression of each of the ten photographer's creative visions.
This large scale exhibition opens with a special event on 3rd May 2-5pm (all welcome) and runs until the 30th May.
Watchtower Gallery, 79 West End, Tweedmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed. Normal opening 12 -4 Thursday to Sunday. Tel. 01289 332953
Images from my latest collections of camera less work are featured on Photoworks website. I hope you find the time to take a look
I have 16 pictures in the "Made In Sunderland" exhibition at Creative Cohesion in Sunderland.
This exhibition is part of a month of photography in Sunderland and North-East England.
Travelling Light is my third guest blog post for Leica and talks about keeping photography simple. Please take a look.