I’m lucky enough to have 3 exhibitions coming up in May, where I’ll be showing a range of work including the ‘Immersion‘ series, and some of my Icelandic landscape pieces: ArtHAUS 3rd May – 29th June 2012 DegreeArt Execution Room, 12a Vyner Street, London E2 9DG http://www.degreeart.com/events/arthaus An immersive installation and group show featuring fine [...]
One of my landscape photographs was featured in today’s Times2 supplement, ’16 Works Of Art To Give’:
Store Street Gallery will be exhibiting my series Human/Nature at this year’s Affordable Art Fair on Hampstead Heath. The fair runs from 27th to 30th October and takes place at the Lower Fairground Site on London’s Hampstead Heath. Stand L8 (Store Street Gallery) Lower Fairground Site East Heath Road Hampstead London NW3 1TH More details: http://www.affordableartfair.com/hampstead/home/
I will be exhibiting in the New Artist Fair, which takes place in London from 8th – 11th September 2011. I’ll be showing work from the series ‘Human/Nature‘, as well as some previously unseen images that I’m currently working on. If you’re in London, please come along – all work will be for sale at very [...]
My series ‘Human/Nature’ has been selected to be exhibited as part of the Utopian Arts Fest taking place in London in July. The exhibition will take place in The Parlour Gallery, Kentish Town, and runs from July 10th – 22nd. Venue: Parlour Gallery, Mapalim, 181-187 Queen’s Crescent, London, NW5 4DS There’s more information available here, please [...]
My series ‘Human/Nature’ has been in the group show Catalyst at the Ambika P3 gallery in Baker Street, London for the past week. Thank you to everyone that came; it was a great show, with lots of interesting and thought-provoking work. Some photographs from the exhibition:
Went for a walk with Matt last night.
My series ‘Human/Nature’ will be exhibited as part of the Catalyst exhibition at Ambika P3 in June. The private view is Monday June 20th, and the exhibition is open Sunday 19th – Wednesday 22nd June: Please come along if you can!
Human/Nature explores the fragile relationship between humanity and the natural environment. Inspired by current environmental issues occurring in Iceland regarding the sale of natural resources for industrialisation, these images merge the Icelandic landscape with the human body to promote nature as an intrinsic part of mankind, rather than a commodity to be exploited for financial [...]
Today, I climbed a glacier.