After a Sunday Morning Swim. Sept, 2014.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything on here. I’ve been busy recently getting back into the swing of teaching but I’m finally finding time to continue with projects and it feels good to be regularly getting out with my camera. I have an interesting collaborative project in the works and I look forward to seeing how that evolves. In the meantime, here’s a working image from that project.
This is a photograph from a body of work that I’ve been shooting based on my close surroundings. It’s good to see the place with fresh eyes.
I have some new work in this group show/newspaper launch tonight. Come along and take a look if you’re in Manchester.
I’ve been taking photographs for a new project. This is one of them and I should have some more to show soon.
If you’re in London on Friday, come down and say hello! A lot of great work on display from an impressive selection of photographers. It’s happening at the Power Station Gallery only 2 minutes walk from Tate Modern, and it’s for one night only.
Full line-up: Simone Alexandra, Jenna Banat, Steven Barritt, Marianne Bjornmyr, Luke Boland, Thomas Bouquin, Hortense Le Calvez, Jon Cardwell, Joe Conway, Natalie Curtis, David Denny, Victor Dia, Fiona Essex, CY Frankel, Jūratė Gačionytė, Johannes Gierlinger, Sam A Harris, Richard Higginbottom, Jordi Huisman, Stelios Kallinikou, Patricia Karallis, Jameson Kergozou, Sam Laughlin, Erik Lovold, Flora Maclean, Juan Margolles, Georgie Mason, Kate Nolan, Fiona Osborne, Vanessa Peterson, Rob Pickard, Rick Morris Pushinsky, Teresa Sa, Beth Saunders, Charles Morgan Smith, Heather Sten, Hanna Ukura, Julie van der Vaart, Nikolas Ventourakis, Feiyi Wen
Curated by Christine Santa Ana
I’m showing a print at this.
Here are a few photographs from the install/preview night of the Shade Exhibit. A big thank you to everyone that made it to the Vyner Street Gallery and saw the work.
Photos by Dorrell Merritt.
I’m showing work from my Vivarium series at this along with a great group of photographers. Come along if you’re in London.