I am very pleased to have been able to take part in the open call for Propeller Magazine. I have just received my copy and am enjoying spending time going through it. It is a bit of an adventure as you will see from the video. Image from Stolen Books.Read More
It is a brand new year and, although I am a little slow in writing, I am extremely happy to have my Surfacing project featured by Yogurt Magazine. Thanks to Luigi Cecconi & Francesco Rombaldi for making this possible.Read More
Very happy to have my 'A Certain Distance' project featured on L'Autre Quotidien. This is an ongoing project with the goal of producing a series of photographic short stories that explore the deeply personal space between what is known and what is felt: a study of mental illness. Click on the image to read the article.Read More
Very happy to have had my submission to the International Photography Award 2018 featured on the British Journal of Photography's webpage. Click on the quote below to see the editorial. Cheers.Read More
Tokyo , for me, is an endless series of subcultures. Each with their own history and traditions. My interest in Tsukiji began with a friendship and my intent to document the world he lived in. This is only the shallowest look into that world and I hope to have the chance to go back and learn more.Read More
I need to thank Sofia Silva and everyone at Propeller. I am very excited that my 'A Certain Distance' project will be featured along with a very intriguing group of photographers. (Click on the image above for their website links) Keep your eyes open for the release... this is going to be fun. For more information visit Propeller.Read More
Although I am still in the final stages of editing and sequencing this project I am very happy that Dodho Magazine decided to publish the submission I put together for their 4th issue. 'Still' is the second in a series of ongoing photographic short stories in my A Certain Distance project. They explore the deeply personal space between what is known and what is felt: a study of mental illness.Read More
"This is an obscure series that becomes even more interesting alongside your personal story... There is a sense of suspense and uncertainty left with viewer, which is precisely what makes these images successful. You as a photographer have created a veil of sorts that doesn’t quite allow the viewer in. Our minds are constantly trying to make sense of what we are looking at... You have withheld the literal meanings of these images, and forced us to look further, question, and perhaps walk away without resolve." -Excerpt from an anonymous review of A Certain Distance from LensCulture.Read More
Very happy that all three of my current projects received honorable mentions in Monovisions 2017. Especially the Still project as it is a work in progress but I am almost finished with the editing. Thanks to the judges involved for considering my work.Read More
Excited to be shortlisted for the Hariban Award 2017. As well as having one of my images featured on their page. The entire shortlist can be seen here.
For those who might be interested...
Established in Kyoto in 1905, the Benrido Collotype Atelier brings over a century of experience to image- making. Collotype printing was the state of the art for photographic reproduction at the turn of the twentieth century. However, due to the high level of expertise needed to obtain consistent results, it was quickly replaced by the faster, cheaper, more mechanized process of offset printing. As one of the world’s few remaining producers of collotypes, Benrido offers rare access to this lost craft, providing opportunities for today’s photographers to collaborate with master artisan printers in making singularly beautiful museum-quality prints for exhibition and display. - from Benrido Ateliers Website.
This would be a dream come true.