If you’d like any prints of my photos don’t hesitate to let me know. You can find most of them on Instagram. I’m sure we can come to a reasonable price for either the black and white or colour at varying sizes.
“I picked up a small, tactile Fuji X100 digital camera a few years ago and it immediately fired my interest in film photography. I’ve since acquired many film cameras and started a many projects including portraits, the everyday ‘quotidian’ street life, my seaside town of Southsea and the local football team’s shadow over the local residents.”
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Adjective: quotidian – Of or occurring every day; daily.
“The car sped noisily off through the quotidian traffic.” Ordinary or everyday; mundane.
Living in Southsea, the beach is a large part of mine and others lives. People often use it in their own unique ways. As Martin Parr once said, American photographers may have invented street photography, “in the UK, we have the beach!”.
Very proud to have been asked by Samo of Play Dead to be part of a group exhibition by local photographers titled “Hidden Southsea”. I used my Instax Square SQ6 to create 3, triptychs that also work as a set of 3 (so triptychs within a triptych) and elements within he images (shapes etc) flow from one image to another. These 9 images were curated from about 2 and a half packs of Instax (25 frames) taken mostly over the course of one day.
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