Coming very soon, my new exhibition at Rhode Island! All colour, all film and polaroids; I'm very excited to share it with you!
You are cordially invited to the private view on the 3rd of July, 2015, from 7-9PM.
Here's a sneak peek of a few images I'll be showing...
Enter below to win one of my framed 17 x 12cm reproduction photographic prints from the exhibition. This image was photographed along the Skógar to Þórsmörk hiking trail, over the Fimmvörðuháls pass in Iceland using a Canon 35mm camera on expired colour film. The winner will be announced on August 12th.
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I've loved the Scottish sometimes wilderness; rugged mountains dropping to the sea, clouds engulfing the summits while sweeping past, and meeting others enjoying it too. These are a few of my holiday photographs.
In the silence I have been creating my own kind of snow.
I'm very lucky to be included in the exhibition "Narrative" by Cambridge Creative Network,
alongside 16 other hugely talented artists. I'm showing completely new fashion designs from my Spring/Summer 2013 Pre-collection ~ And the snow...
With the theme being Narrative I've posted the story of the collection And the snow... here online,
from initial ideas through the design process.
The exhibition runs until the 1st of April 2012, and massive thanks to all those who've visited already.
Pattern Cutting - Dennic Chunman Lo
There is an absolutely lovely new pattern cutting book by Dennic Chunman Lo. He's very good indeed at explaining why things are usually done a certain way, and the aide memoire section is a delight for absentminded me. This book would be great for any students of pattern cutting.
Being related to a geographer means looking at: northernmost points, a variety of peatbogs, cool rocks, and other amazing geological features.
These are pictures from our hike to the northernmost point of mainland Europe, on the Knivskjellodden peninsula. The cool colours are due to the film being 10 years out of date. I'm glad it still worked!
Almost 9km from the car park...
Looking towards Nordkapp across the Barents sea.
A little rest on the way back.
The weather started to close in.
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