As part of a group photography exhibition, I was asked to create a visual response to the project title ‘Dream Keeper’. Dreaming causes specific areas of the brain to spark ‘hot zones’ of high frequency electrical activity. Using a high-speed camera, I shot underwater explosions and then slowed the footage down to depict a very personal interpretation of the physiological brain activity that happens during the ‘dream state’. Working with the three elements of image, sound and prose, I wanted to draw the viewer in by shooting an art piece that conveyed a heightened state of brain activity and awareness. I wanted to create an ethereal, benign world, separate but ever present, infinite and mysterious - inside an entrancing realm of heavenly light and sound. The artwork was exhibited at the Process Dream Keeper Exhibition as a moving image art installation alongside a series of still images.
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Quintessential British jewellery makers, G. Collins & Sons are renowned for their unique, handcrafted diamond pieces. Home to an exclusive on-site workshop of master jewellers, I was asked to shoot a range of G. Collin’s one-of-a-kind pieces, including a rare yellow and white diamond collection.
In a recent personal project, we set out to explore the pigment effects of acrylic paint. Using water, ink and oil, we manipulated the paint and captured the unfolding story as the liquids interacted. The result was a series of striking organic patterns and colourful cosmic landscapes.
125 Live is celebrating photographic creativity, and the fantastic work of the magazine’s contributors of the last decade. Bringing together a major exhibition featuring the work of 100+ artists, my contribution to 125’s exhibition is an image named ‘Skinless’, which is taken from the series Naked. 125 Live has already kicked off, and my work - along side many other fantastic pieces - is currently on display at 28 Redchurch Street, until the 28th September 2014.
Don't forget to come and check it out!