News & Events
A Different Palette - Charleston Polaroids
An ongoing project to document Charleston Farmhouse in Sussex, the home of the Bloomsbury Group. Utilising expired Polaroid film, the project seeks to explore the less picturesque side of the home of Virginia Woolf, Duncan Grant and Lytton Strachey amongst others.
More Polaroid imagery of the work of artist Steve Goddard to illustrate the catalogue for his upcoming show at the Fine Art Society.
Garsington Opera at Wormsley
On going documentation of the transfer of operations of the Garsington Opera Company to Wormsley Park, previously the home of Sir John Paul Getty, now Mark Getty.
David Hockney came to my house for lunch on Sunday 1st August. I took the opportunity to try out some of the new Impossible Project Instant Films, and did some informal shots of David on the PX100FF film.
My first open edition print, as opposed to the limited edition prints, will be the 3 images of the Charleston farmhouse sculptures, shown in the Ilimited edition prints gallery 'Charleston Sculptures'.
Image size 10x10 inches Archival Giclee on 20x30 inch on 310g German Etch paper.
Price £45.00 plus vat each or £100 for all three prints.
A Postive View Exhibition and Charity Auction
My derived Polaroid image 'Asylum Number One' will be exhibited at Somerset House from 10th March 2010 to 6th April 2010, prior to being auctioned in the 'Positive View 2010' auction at Christies on April 15th 2010.
for more information.
Artist Portraits at Pelham House
In addition to The Venice Polaroids, Pelham House will be showing a selection of my Artist Portraits through June and July 2010, including Sir Howard Hodgkin, Sir Peter Blake, Mary Fedden and David Hockney.
Venice Polaroids at Pelham House
My Venice Polaroids series, first shown at The Chelsea Arts Club in 2009 will be on show at Pelham House Lewes through June and July 2010, before becoming part of the permanent collection at Quo Vadis, Dean Street Soho.
Deborah Warners 'The Wasteland' at Wiltons Music Hall
Appointed to Photograph Deborah Warners adaptation of TS Eliot's 'The Wasteland' with Fiona Shaw at the historic Wiltons Music Hall.
Gillian Ayers at 80
New portraits of the artist Gillian Ayers to be used in forthcoming exhibition publicity for The Alan Cristea Gallery.