Post-mortem photography is a little known yet widely sensationalised and maligned genre within the greater sphere of photography. Most commonly people encounter it in our modern world via clickbait articles online. However, if you look beyond that, take off your 21st-century glasses and start to view the genre from the standpoint of the people involved, […]
This week I make it outside for some fresh air and a quick chat about the goings on in the life of a Photographic Artist during these interesting times.
Visiting Dalden or Dalton Tower, the ruin of an old fortified home to see if it will work as the location for an upcoming photoshoot
So with everything happening at the moment, pandemics etc, what is my plan for the future? I thought I’d put some of my thoughts into a vlog on artists futures. You can watch more videos here on the website or over on YouTube.
We need to talk about safety when out and about doing photography and other forms of art.
I visit Horden Burn on a scouting trip to find a location for an upcoming photoshoot. Unfortunately things just don’t work out. Join me and find out why this visit really dinted my morale. You can watch more videos here on the website or over on YouTube.
A storytime for you all this time on a dog photographic art project called His Missing Voice all about a distraught doggy missing her human who has disappeared.
Step Into The Light… the title says it all, or does it? Is there actually more to this image?
Let me just come right out and say two things. 1) I’m sick, some sort of cold, or flu, or possibly plague 2) I’m really REALLY annoyed about it.
Sometimes at Art Fairs things go bump in the night.