May 27, 2019

"For me the print is what matters most. Generally the biggest possible negative has the most clarity, presence and believability. Because this seemed evident to me I taught myself to use the 8x10 as easily as something smaller. Even today the witness power and sensuali...

May 20, 2019

I'm currently reading The Crossing by Cormac McCarthy. His writing transcends the experiential into a world of thoughts that range accross the mind in an hallucinatory journey. While I freely admit that the passage below has nothing to do with my photograph, it's just...

May 13, 2019

The birth of an idea is predicated by a passion to observe and there is no better place to observe than one's own children. The child and that of childhood will always be an adult construct and if children themselves think in abstract notions they do so naturally but a...

May 6, 2019

I've been working on the scanning, developing and collating of images for issue 2 of Utter Journal, out on July 6th, The issue will be divided into visual 'chapters', dealing with the Romantic ideal of childhood and what Anne Higonnet refers to in her excellent book, T...

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