A short drive over a hill, and back again. Made exciting and dramatic by the amount of water pouring out of the sky, pouring off the cliffs, saturating the air, misting up windscreen and lenses alike. Very enclosing, a bit suffocating, and just wet (especially for the cows). Click an image and follow as a […]
Rock Nook banners is a small arty project drawing on the obvious association of cloth and mills, decaying buildings slowly losing their substance, structure, grids of windows, and ways of getting photos onto fabric. The project started as an exercise for learning how to do screen-printing with photos, and developed through the idea of build-your-own-mill […]
Rock Nook Mill near Littleborough, background furniture on the canal path. Grid of windows, broken, boarded, scribbled on, catching the light as you walk past. Dark and looming in the rain, but gradually loosing its substance, particularly now the roof has gone, and the light is pouring in. Source material for a printing project.
Walking up the lane, looking up at the beech trees caught in November sunshine.
Short walk through this tiny hillside beechwood on a sunny winter’s day. Above Cragg Vale, 2015
Tired shopping, forgotten shop windows in Reims
A state building* in Berlin, shapes, reflections, lines, some water and small people. *Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus, pictures taken in October 2014
Some of the prints I’ll be taking along to Hebden Bridge Town Hall Print Fair on May 23rd What’s this all about? > Really Wrapping it up