Food, water and shelter. We inhale/ exhale, communicate in order to adapt. A wealth of influences effects each individual, which shapes not only them but the world around.
Breath in, breath out, a silent ripple supports our knowledge, our survival, our structure and our world.
Exploring the technical application of analogue. Expanding both knowledge and slow progression of experience, gradually pushing the envelope of the known. These photographs were captured during a road trip to Braemar, skirting the Cairngorms and my own special awareness. More to follow.
Setting a net of pinhole cameras. Four independent canisters, synchronised to work as a collective. This experimentation proved incredibly effective and has laid out a route of progression.
A painterly approach. Subtle indirection, exchange and existence.
Expanding into the depths of analogue photography. Treading water, this is defiantly a method that requires further experimentation.
Although there is control within the capture of the imagery the spontaneity of light and development, allows for a raw output. It also offers an opportunity to catch clouds with similar concerns to pinhole. But no longer restricts capture to dark room access.
A week of exploration and opportunity. I was lucky to be given the chance to stay in Helmsdale, with access to a dark room.
This introduced a logistical challenge, transporting multiple pinhole cameras on a train? The solution, two “flat-packed” cameras. However these didn’t work according to plan, I suspect the lids were ineffective. But they did produce some peculiar and suggestive images.