Googly Eyes & Eyebombing – A Photographic Collection of my Favourite Encounters

On a recent visit to Tel Aviv whilst walking through the Carmel Market area one evening I came across a sign at a construction site: The Hebrew text states it is compulsory to wear protective glasses. Seeing this well-worn sign with its additional shiny googly eyes was a decisive moment and I felt it was … Read more

Documenting Graffiti, Signs & References to Boris Johnson in London’s Streets

This is a collection of photographs taken between May 2019 and July 2022 that reference Boris Johnson either directly or by implication. Encompassing handwritten graffiti, stickers, signage and satirical billboards, I see the photos as visual commentary on Londoners’ opinions; revealing anger and a depth of disdain as well as providing a critique of the … Read more

Documenting Graffiti, Signs & Stickers: Interactions with Bins as Expressions of British Identity

I’m proposing that graffiti and stickers found on bins and the signage connected to littering represent a microcosm of British attitudes, opinions and culture. Before you dismiss this as rubbish (!) have a look at this selection of images taken in London, mainly since 2019. The image below was taken at a bus stop in … Read more

Women’s March on London: signs of solidarity, defiance and creativity

Here are a few pictures I took at yesterday’s Women’s March on London, one of a series of international marches in┬ásolidarity with those marching in Washington D.C. for human rights and equality, on the day following Donald Trump’s inauguration as US President. As I set out for the march on my local bus, this mother … Read more