As a fine art photographer, my work relates to a certain place or period of my life, such as the complexities of a modern relationships, to the emotions felt when leaving your childhood home. I create subtle narratives in diptychs, triptychs, and short series, making connections between the images which then as narratives question how photography affects our visual memory, through aiding, creating, or replacing a memory. I play with the viewers senses giving them a sense of deja vu due to visual memory with this being the shortest, yet the most accurate memory type. This is created through the subtle repetition of composition and figures throughout the photographic series.
Lewis Blanch • Dave Cole • Hoppie Daniel • Josephina Edwards • Daniel Evans • India Holley • Beth Hoskins • Rhys Phillips • Danielle Tipton •