These five images are from two different bodies of work made in the final year of my degree. The black and white seascapes are examples from a series called 'Everything in nothing and the permanently temporary' that challenges photography's relationship to nothingness. Further work in the series investigates how the camera transcribes a temporary permanence, exploring the ideas of our existence on earth and the thought that it may eventually end. The final three images are selected from a body of work entitled 'The inheritance of loss', a project that explored the idea of reliquary through homemade shrines. Most of my work is conceptually driven but evolves from documentary research. Please see my website for a more comprehensive review.
Jon Anrep • David James Clark • Donna Clark • Amy Courtney • Joanna Cresswell • Paula Evans • Andrea Fernandez • Shaun Hines • Josef Konczak • Stephen Lamprell • Jessica Morris • Jess Porter • Becca Pugh • William Richards • Jennette Rodrigues • Riley Ruthven • Louise Shepherd • Jamie Stoker • Hayley Nia Thomas • Kate Watkins • Samuel Wilcox • Chelsea Wilkinson • Sophia Wise •