Artist’s impression concept car spotted in provincial English town.
Headlights are scary. Absolute photographic and technical perfection is also scary. Apparently Wolfgang Tillmans is taking similar photographs of car headlights, but mine are better. Come at me Wolf.
Play around with some medium format night photographs. Trying to get that feeling of cinematic dread, like impending doom. Partly influenced by Edward Hopper’s interest in the effects of electric light at night.
West Quay series. A collection of photographs documenting the strange non-place that is the shopping mall. All taken in West Quay mall, using my iPhone. Unintentionally informed by Joel Sternfeld’s iDubai photobook.
Feel a bit uneasy about showing individual photos, so I’ll just show the overview for now. Maybe in 99 years they will be allowed to be released into the public domain.
Close-up photographs of patterns used on the walls of the pavilions in Weston Shore. They have such good intentions but ultimately they’re a bit crap, like much of Weston Shore.
Genus Loci: Weston Shore
Genius Loci: Weston Shore, Southampton.
Editorial and that.
Portraits of art students for a brief - “Factory/Work”
Still life brief, based around an advertising campaign for The Office. I really tried to get that sexy off-grey on off-grey effect.
Second go at the new-build/”Milesdown Place” area. Went armed with a Mamiya 7 and two rolls of Velvia 100. Came out very saturated, and had to relieve a lot of magenta with some pretty healthy doses of green.
Pleased with some of different scenes I found, like the grass held together with blue webbing, or the car with the hubcap missing. Trying to narrow the focus now, aiming to look solely at the new-build houses.