Friday, 25 February 2011
The great team over at shootforyourlife.com have featured my portrait of film director Mike Leigh on their site. It will be up on the front page for 24 hours and then become part of their archive, when it is replaced by another photographers work tomorrow morning.
I have spent almost entire days going through this website and looking at each photographers work, so it is a great honor to become part of their archive.
Monday, 21 February 2011
For those of you who have perused the links at the side of this blog, you may have come across The Readerswives Collective. For those of you who haven't, here goes....
The RWC are an art collective founded in Guernsey by Andrew Smith, AKA-Rost, DJ 76 and many others. Their mission is to make art accessible to everyone and encourage new, upcoming and also established artists to network and work together.
Boasting an impressive roster of underground artists across Europe the RWC are growing in number by the day.
Check your pie before you eat it, as they've probably got their fingers in it!
I shot the above portraits of RWC founder Andrew Smith during two separate visits to Guernsey, both shot on a Mamiya C330. Top is on Ilford XP2 and bottom on Portra 160 VC.
Saturday, 12 February 2011
I have just seen this post on the Betley Whitehorne blog, from an exhibition of my work in Guernsey back in 2008. It may be the closest I will ever get to having my work displayed near to Annie Leibovitz, so until my work graces the pages of Vanity Fair, I bid you good day.