7 Year Anniversary of Changing Views

I’ve been regularly photographing the view from my kitchen window for the past seven years, starting in mid October 2016. I had considered “finishing” the project as it had become rather big; but have found that I’m still inspired and impelled to capture some of the transient seasonal sights which also included some extreme weather. … Read more

A Year of Changing Views

Back in mid October 2016 I started to regularly photograph the view out my kitchen window. Last year, when the project was 5 years old I thought that I could think of it as complete – after all, 5 is half a decade! However, despite this attempt at closure I still found myself inspired to … Read more

5 Years of Changing Views

I’ve been photographing a particular view – the view out my  kitchen window – for five years. I started in mid October 2016, at the height of Autumn and initially chose 40 images taking me up to October 2017. The one year project was featured in the December 2017 issue of the newspaper Kentishtowner.   I decided … Read more

Fragmented Identities – The Tart Card Abstracts

I’ve been photographing a series of abstract yet documentary images taken in London’s disused telephone boxes. They all include fragments of tart cards – these are flyers featuring sexual services. To me they are ephemeral representations that reference the tradition of the female nude as well as 21st century notions of desire in the city. … Read more