And finally

This module has been challenging and informative. Not only have I pushed myself creatively with a commissioned exhibition, but I have also gain much from a residency, my peers and my tutors. This module has brought my attention to a number of new photographers and practitioners such as Anne Brigman and Kelley Wilder. Brigman's works … Continue reading And finally

Potential contacts

During this module I have been attempting to discern a number of ways in which I will be able to support my practice from a financial viewpoint in the future. I already run my participatory photographic business, ShutterPod - although this is on the back-burner a tad while I complete the MA. But I want … Continue reading Potential contacts

Almost there…critical review

Since Week 10 and the submission of my 10-minute film, I have probably pinballed from one final proposal to another. I have now written my draft critical review of my work, digested feedback and will be sticking with my four photographic endeavours under the umbrella of human impacts. I feel there will with a little … Continue reading Almost there…critical review

Week Ten – Informing Contexts: Critical Review Film

The task for this week was to create a 10 minute video presentation that evaluated my practice in the context of the Informing Contexts Learning Outcomes. Theses are: Critical Contextualisation of Practice: Apply a critical awareness of the diversity of contemporary photographic practice to the development of your own work, and inform your practice through … Continue reading Week Ten – Informing Contexts: Critical Review Film

Garden Leave

I was very fortunate to be invited to take part in a residency at the vibrant Hestercombe Gardens in Somerset from March 27 to 29. Led by Helen Sear, Professor of Falmouth University's Institute of Photography and Tim Martin, Hestercombe's curator, with talks provided by my own MA course leader Jesse Alexander; course leader for MA … Continue reading Garden Leave