Short Term vs Long Term Patience

How long should it take for an artist to produce their "life's work?" I think it can be easy to overlook the fact that when you pick up an excellent photo-book; for example "Steve McCurry Untold: The Stories Behind the Photographs" which is 264 pages long, you are holding four decades worth of work. Even a... Continue Reading →

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Street Photography: Friday, 14th June 2019

Yesterday I discovered that a very photogenic piece of performance art, called "Bodies in Urban Spaces" was being performed in London, and that today would be the last few sessions. I actually attended the one at 12:30, but shot only film, and decided to return again for the last one which started at 17:30 but... Continue Reading →

MCM London Comic Con: May 2019

This Comic Con seemed somewhat quiet compared to previous ones I've attended. There isn't really anything major coming up over the next few months that would be worth promoting at this kind of event, so although there were some really cool celebrities in attendance from shows I've watched for years I was more interested in... Continue Reading →

Strong Vertical Lines

I recently noticed something about the way some of my recent images are composed, that I think is worth talking about so that I can further understand why I made the decisions I did that connect these photographs.That similarity is in the way they incorporate strong vertical bars, or lines, which dissect the image into... Continue Reading →

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