Last week saw the launch of issue 2 of Elbow Grease magazine. To celebrate they hosted and exhibition of my photo essay for the magazine. The theme ‘Abandon’ reflected on The Broken Window Theory; the idea that visible signs of crime create an urban environment that encourages further crime. And my work was displayed alongside a sound installation by James Mitchell and a one off flag by Katie Hood.
There are just two days left to get your entries in to the Photographique Analog Awards. The winner will receive a cash prize of £500, and a solo article printed in TEAL magazine. Shortlisted entrants and the winner will take part in a travelling group exhibition.
Proud to be on the judging panel for this great new Bristol award and really looking forward to seeing the entries.
Find out more and submit here
I've got some prints up on display in Photographique, Bristol for the month of April. If you are passing by, go check it out. Big thanks to Photographique for all the support and for always being super helpful.
Here are two of my favourites from the exhibition, both are available to buy as 12x8 inch or 15x10 inch prints through my webshop here
In these tumultuous times it's good to get together and fill each other with love and hope.
Protests, January 2017.