drawing and photography
I have taken several sequences of photographs oriented towards the window in my studio. I have always been conscious of the many levels of distance from this vantage point – foreground, mid-ground and background vistas reminiscent of the pictorial space of traditional landscape painting and the drawing underlying it.
The photographs exist in a variety of contexts and formats (printed, virtual and moving imagery). However, I also think of them as sitting midway between photography and drawing – both from the point of view of method ("photogenic drawing"), and content (tracing the sun's arc).
16 drawings (notes to self) was exhibited alongside its related video and photographs at the MA by Project Degree Show, University of the West of England, 2012.
100 drawings was shown at Bisensual, UWE postgraduate artist exchange with Bergen National Academy of Arts, Bergen, Norway, 2012.
Footlights is a series of stills from xxiv, my original 24-minute video.
 WH Fox Talbot: The Pencil of Nature; 1844