Friday, 10 December 2010

international tiltshift





st ives cornwall, natural history museum, Venice and stockholm sweden.
i think thats all my tilt shift for 2010. fun

tiltshift again. slovenia and other places






slovenia, austria and Paris. with enhanced Bokeh.

Saturday, 4 December 2010

shanghai


my brother took this

but i edited it

Friday, 3 December 2010

ooohh! tilt shift





these were made on a tilt shift website

Tuesday, 30 November 2010

me and my seagull


yes i did get some strange looks

my seagull went to the beach











i made a seagul from plaster, it took me about 3 months to complete.
here he is on Exmouth beach south devon, looking out to sea.
he did seem to aggravate the local gulls.

and the dogs on the beach were very interested
one dog ran up to scare it away but butted it instead.
its very heavy

Friday, 26 November 2010

aeroplanes and chicken artwork






new work looking at aeroplanes and how they fly.

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

more street photography luton 2010 (sunny)





more luton street photography






more luton street photography

luton street photography






i wandered through luton with some friends looking for things to photograph.
we were searching for lutoness so we could make a book about it.
we found some interesing things

Sunday, 21 November 2010

new artwork 2010


i went for a trip to alaska in my bedroom then flew back the same day.

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

My exhibition!!!



The poster for my new exhibition (in luton)

lots of new work of photography and sculpture
there will be
a seagull
some aeroplanes
a chicken box
and some park areas

the theme is roughly based on Luton

see you there

Monday, 22 March 2010

collaboration





these fine drawings were a collaboration with ben browning aged 5 and jess browning aged 3. i drew the start of a face and they finished the drawings off howerver they liked.

thank you ben and jess



A seagul spoke to me in my sleep
he said he was going to steal my food, my face, my feet
he shouted ' I'M A HAPPY SEAGUL'
i told him i will make him into a papier mache model and display him in a gallery

this is not finished- i will add another layer of plaster and sand him down and then
paint him authentically as i can.

Sunday, 14 March 2010

colour of wood



i was walking in norway in a national park near a glacier. it was hot and i came across this structure which covers part of the railway track.

it was a stunning range of tones, set against the blue sky.
reminded me of a Wolfgang Tillmans photo..

gallery work






this shows the process of making my work from the model in its setting to the gallery.
experiencing the world through a lens. sitting on a beach on a bench looking at the sea.
in the gallery you would see my models of a place which has been made directly from photographs
or you might see photographs of models which were made from photos
which is another step awayu from the real thing.

recently i have started to make a large seagul
a model the giza pyramids and another model park.

more to come....