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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Why are bubbles so enchanting?
Some shots from Morocco you (hopefully) won’t find in the brochure.
Travel Brochure. #2/4. Combination (photograph + found image). 2012/13 “It’s never quite like it is in the brochure.” “It’s never quite like it isn’t in the brochure.”
When Computers Attack. #2/9. Self-portraits. 2013. On the night of 15th October 2013, Jonathan Doe went missing from his suburban home. His current whereabouts are unknown. The only evidence from that night is this sequence of images recovered from Doe’s … Continue reading
Of Unrest, C-Type Combination, 2011/2013 Even a ‘bad’ photograph has temporal/spatial ergo historical/historic data that ceases existence when it is dragged to the recycle bin. 8th/9th/10th July 2011 – the streets of Birmingham were subject to unrest precipitated … Continue reading
Vicarious Tourism #4, C-Type, 2013 Some snaps from our recent trip to South America.
Never again seen #1, C-Type Double Exposure, 2013 A drawing hung above a bed in the spare room of my childhood home. In it, dark knitted branches were silhouetted against a bright night sky and burnt through by the cold … Continue reading
Willard Wigan MBE’s Half Century Collection Commemorative Brochure Design + Photography See previous post for more of Willard’s work.
The Perfect Match, Willard Wigan MBE If you’re unfamiliar with his work, WW is foremost among a tiny cadre of individuals that are able to sculpt the microscopic by hand. His smallest pieces – measured in microns – are displayed … Continue reading
Recently shot in Beijing.
Some shots with Jess from Emfam.
One of the good things about doing design is that you get to meet people of many walks…
Towers #1, C-Type Double Exposure, 2013 What goes up….
Fragment, C-Type Photocollage, 2013. You can never see the whole picture.
Errr… This appears to be becoming a series… Sorry about that.
Earth to Dust, C-Type, 2013 St Mary’s Church, In and Out
A tongue in cheek (or guitar in pond) welcome to colder months.
Birmingham looks great from on-high! Please feel free to use this as a wallpaper: Right click on main image, ‘open in new window’, then right click on that image and ‘set as desktop.’ Enjoy!
A logo design & photo shoot for local band Emfam (abbr. ‘Musical Family’). PS The Emfam logo is an ambigram. Try reading it upside down!
Some photos I took for the rather exclusive Swiss watchmakers, Greubel Forsey.
A recent sunglasses shoot.