I make limited edition fine art using a grid of nine photographic images that are hand-folded to create unique pictures. They are exhibited at a number of UK galleries, including the Harbour Gallery in Portscatho, Cornwall and Beyond The Sea in Padstow. In March 2016, I exhibited at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea, London, with Beyond The Sea Gallery in Padstow. My work also hangs in Watergate Bay Hotel near Newquay.
I try to find colour and form in unusual objects and places:: a chrome fire hydrant in Washington DC, or the Queen of the Hills railway engine in Darjeeling, India. Quirky details complement and echo each other, encouraging the observer to look again. The effect is cumulative, whether it’s the peeling paint of a Brighton beach hut or the textured feathers of a flamingo.
I combine a background in anthropology and BBC documentary feature making with a broad experience of travel to create what I believe are striking and original works of photographic art.
My unique box frame artworks, limited to editions of 25, consist of nine images, printed on archival photographic paper and hand-folded into a three dimensional block, laid out in a grid. I also sell dry mounted prints, limited to editions of 250.
Bespoke work - from one-offs to larger projects - can be commissioned to order.
Work in London, the SW of United Kingdom, and the Gulf