Photographers against Photography
This project is aimed specifically at Photography students, in a bid to make them more creative. The project includes no photographers, just lino prints from my manifesto, a clay bracelet and pin badge and also includes a camera shaped biscuit. Showing students that photography can be so much more than just photographs.
To read my manifesto see link:
The pursuit of the perfect tea set
In this project I attempted to immerse myself in the culture of collecting and applying a narrative story to find a set of objects that appealed to myself, by doing so it, allowed me to become apart of that culture and in choosing tea sets I discovered that these images contained much more meaning than at first glance.
They are not just images of teas sets; to me they are a physical representation of a gender stereotype.
Absent Minded -
This project was about how people portrayed themselves when it was just pure body language.
No face, no facial expressions, just pure “absent minded” photographs.
The Missing Piece -
This piece of work is dedicated to my late Granddad, I miss him everyday, and I wanted to show how his absents
has affected my family life. With these photographs I wanted to make peace with his death and come to terms
with mine and my families loss.