Another facet of the continuing Woods project (see two previous related posts here and here): a book created as part of an MA in Fine Art / Photography at the University of Plymouth, completed in September 2007. The notes below provide some context – the title of the project is a multi-layered play on words, explained in the report produced for the MA – you can contact me if you want to know more! Continue reading
Here’s some documentation of photography/arts/all-sorts-of-things workshops I’ve run in Bristol and surrounding areas over a few years. Continue reading
A commission from Bath and North East Somerset Wildspaces project in 2005/6 to produce a series of photographs of this locally distinctive open space and nature reserve, Roundhill, Twerton, south of Bath. Continue reading
In 2005 I was invited by Louise Short to send multiples of ‘a small portable work’ for inclusion in the Art Caucasus, Tbilisi, Georgia which Louise and Bruce Allan were curating, representing Arnolfini, Station and Braziers International Artists Workshop. Continue reading
I was invited to work with Cotham school where a project had been devised to create a portrait of the school and its activities through photography and poetry. English students worked with visiting writer Fiona Hamilton to create poems and I worked with photography students to Continue reading
“LAND2 is a national network of artist / lecturers and research students with an interest in landscape / place-oriented art practice”. In 2003 I was a visiting lecturer in photography at the University of the West of England and was invited to become a member of LAND2, which was based at UWE. I took part in the Bridges postcard project in 2003 and produced this montage image of a landmark bridge in my home territory – the Avonmouth Bridge that carries the M5 across the Avon.
The project (see description from LAND2 website below) involved two people producing a pair of postcards on the theme of the word bridge. Continue reading
This is the largest project I’ve ever done and one that still has a life. There’ll be further posts on other aspects of this project and on recent developments, but this is a record of the process that began with a commitment, to myself, to photograph a particular woodland that hugs the banks of 2 streams near my home, over the course of a year, from 1st January 1999 but eventually included 1st January 2000, hence the title.