Saturday, 30 April 2011

A few photographs from the last couple of days...
I have been accidently taking photos on slide film instead of normal film and this means I have to send them off and pay a lot of money that doesn't exist in my bank account.
... however I am curious about how negatives that are not actually negatives look like.

Friday, 29 April 2011

Bruce Davidsons photos are REALLY REALLY good.
He inspires me and excites me!

Monday, 25 April 2011

Thursday, 21 April 2011

Two weekends ago my church from back home (St Peters) went on a weekend away.
Obviously I felt the need to document all of this.
Then on Tuesday, after eating a pork and apple baguette, Rachel and I spent 5 hours tying fishing wire through all of them.
And God saw that it was good.

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

This is Ellie:
Sometimes I think we were born with the same brain.
(apart from she has a musical side as-well which was sadly missed out in my one)
Anyway... I thought her photographs were worth sharing because they are glorious.

Monday, 18 April 2011

Sunday, 17 April 2011

Back Home!

I cant believe its Easter already. This year has flown past. Today was another perfect day.... A barbeque and baking cup cakes, painting eggs and tea with Charlotte.

Wednesday, 6 April 2011


Visually exploring our faces as an experimentation of what we can do with time.
(Wasting Time)

Monday, 4 April 2011


I have discovered that dying flowers are really really beautiful and patterns are extremely interesting.
I also discovered that Lee Mawdsley did a series called Garlands that is quite similar to the four patterns I made from the scans of these flowers.
Lee Mawdsley images:

Saturday, 2 April 2011


These are some lino-prints that I made in a print workshop on Wednesday and I did some extras for Mothers day.

An Animation

The animation at the bottoms was drawn using charcoal and dry pastels.
It was inspired by William Kentridge (whom I really like) and its this photo that I took as part of the four images for the 48 hour project.

These were just a few of the practices I did before deciding how to go about drawing the flower: