Artist | Photographer | Theatre-maker

PHO701: Positions and Practice

Criticality

Thoughts on space and poetry. A lot of my work over the last few years has centred around street photography. “Street photography, a genre of photography that records everyday life in a public place.” (Street Photography by Naomi Blumberg, Britannica, ...

Power and Responsibility

Ethics I wrote the following after a talk on ‘Ethics and Photography’ as I try to outline my own practice and ideals. “There are no photographs while I’m reloading” Garry Winogrand “The right of a person to privacy in a public place is equal ...

Methods and Strategies

Week 6 and 7 was Methods and Strategies To quote the course literature, the next two weeks were about. What creative choices do you encounter in your practice The technical choices you make How you incorporate a particular strategy or technology How you ...

Collaboration

This week we will be looking at creative collaboration and perspectives on authorship. We will be asking how we can use collaboration to strengthen our practice. To begin the collaboration process week, I posted a quote from Eve Arnold “I ...

Interdisciplinary Practice

There is a phrase at the beginning of “The Cherry Orchard” by Anton Chekhov, spoken by Yepikodov that became central to my process as a theatre director. To paraphrase a literal translation of the Russian text: “It is three degrees outside, and the cherry ...

The Global Image

View from My Window To kick off the MA Photography at Falmouth, we were tasked with shooting a view from the window of our house. The example given was Lee Friedlander from the series America By Car (2008) (https://fraenkelgallery.com) which beautifully ...