I have had a couple of images from my ongoing Hackney Road series selected to be shown in this years LIP Annual Exhibition at the Espacio Gallery, Bethnal Green Road. The Exhibition runs from the 2nd to the 7th of October 2018. Opening hours as follows: Tue 2 - Sat 6 October 1-7pm; Sun 7 1-5pm. The… Continue reading Exhibition: LIP Annual 2018
A few weeks back I started to follow Mark Power on Instagram. I already had 'The Shipping Forecast' his brilliant 1996 book of black and white photographs. (I was lucky enough to pick this up in Oxfam for a couple of quid). At the time I started following he was posting a series of images… Continue reading Book : Mark Power – DTLFTSOTE
This is the former little chef site where Paul Graham made this image from his A1 series. The Little Chef itself has been demolished within the last few years and the petrol station forecourt enlarged so it's not possible to re-photograph the view which is slightly disappointing in the context of my current photo project.
Another shot from my Little Chef road-trip. This in a Lay-by come trick stop on The A1. The flag is planted into a wooden picnic bench which has Been swallowed by the undergrowth, it's next to an abandoned transport cafe made from a transportable cabin; pictured below. Incidentally, the flag pic was shot with the… Continue reading Sunset Over England
As per my last post, I'm expanding on the Little Chef thing. Also, I'd really appreciate feed back and thoughts on this post, and the project it is about. Little chef is a bit of an institution in the UK, as a Kid I loved the bright red roadside diners an always looked out for… Continue reading Little Chef Road Trip Pt II
I have been doing quite a bit of driving over the las vouple of days. I've taken a couple of hundred shots, almost exclusively with my A7r and FE 35/2.8. More on that to come once the files are processed. In the meantime, here is an iPhone food shot. I stopped at the 'Heston' style… Continue reading Little Chef Roadtrip Pt I
My wife and I visited the South-West of England over the weekend past and one of the places we took in, albeit far too briefly was Wells Cathedral. As a student of architectural photography I was only too aware that one of the most famous early 20th century architectural photographs - 'A Sea of Steps' was… Continue reading A Sea of Steps
The colour combinations here elevate fly tipping to the level of art!