Christmas cards are always a fun activity...
These were made from photographs I took on my way to Uni last year.
I put the images onto etching plates and then printed them.
Sunday, 18 December 2011
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Sunday, 16 October 2011
Monday, 10 October 2011
In the library about a month ago, I found a book by a photographer called Phillip Toledano. Its about his days spent with his father and it inspired me so I took my own photos of people.
This guys called Stuart and I particularly like him. Probably only because he wanted to sit next to me. but I really did want to be his friend.
Monday, 3 October 2011
Monday, 29 August 2011
While I sit here eating my dutch waffles I can honestly say Amsterdam is my favourite city in the whole world. It deserves only the finest so I took black and white photographs and Im sure there will be a blog post about it soon. A rat fell out of a tree, we visited Rembrandts house, saw lots of Van Goghs paintings, rode bikes, sat in a house boat and visited the flower market about 10000 times.
I stayed with Katie in Portugal and read books, played cards and enjoyed her company. I went to a fish market with her family and there was a man who was making cat noises, it was really odd because he was being deadly serious, cutting up his fish, whilst making cat noises. That is not normal. Anyway, I took A LOT of photographs in Portugal because everything looks beautiful in the sun.
I have a lot of catching up on here to do!.... Firstly this summer has been lovely and there are lot of snapshots. So I will start from the beginning... These are from a seaside town called Appledore. We stayed in a cottage (We being my family... Mum, Dad, Tom, Olivia and I)(Adam and Lucie slept in their camper-van because they are too cool to be normal).
Friday, 26 August 2011
Friday, 29 July 2011
I was just thinking to myself earlier... (I am on my own at the moment so I have a lot of time to think about pointless things) but I was thinking... imagine if the images you saw through your eyeballs were always multiple exposures. And the images that went into your mind would be what you saw in-front of you and what you saw behind you and that made me wonder why we can only see whats in-front of us and not whats all around us.