Sneaky Scan

Processed one of the 120 films I shot a few weeks ago, I was having problems with the film back and it turns out that the back is faulty, but apparently parts for the Bronica are not made anymore. The spacing was all over the place and there are some interesting double exposures. Could not resist doing a couple quick scans, but these negatives where taken for hand printing in a few weeks.

Can't wait to pick up the rest next week and I will share some more if any of the images come out.

Jane Scott at her home in Buckingham, 2016.

Jane Scott at her home in Buckingham, 2016.

Jane Scott in her studio 2016

Jane Scott in her studio 2016

My favourite double exposure, to me it looks like an opposite American Flag with the stars fallen off. I like the way the flowers flow with her arm and on to the table. 

Jane Scott, double exposure with her garden, 2016  

Jane Scott, double exposure with her garden, 2016

 

 

 

 

Portrait Appeal

Summer is such a busy time and I would love to post more, as at the moment, it looks like I'm not doing much. Last week was a fantastic week for portraits and I was shooting with a Bronica, not got the results back yet, but I will share with you a couple of my favorite digital pictures. 

First this picture is two sisters by the fire. Max the sister on the right is one of my regular people to photograph and can be seen in many of my projects. My best friends mother, who is a friend in her own right has been a great artistic mentor. When going through an artists block with my work, she gave me a copy of 'The Artists Way' and although I'm still on chapter two has been a great tool and I recommend it to anyone.

Sisters

The next picture is my friend Neil who was visiting from Eugene. 

Neil..

Neil..

Chew Vally Lake

Chew Vally Lake

Thought it was nice to put a snap of the view he was looking at.

The next stop off was to meet another Jen, whom I met in Mexico. She has rediscovered her love of painting and creative expression after being in the corporate world for many years. Jen commissioned me to take a portrait of a young girl on holiday with her Grandad as she felt inspired to paint her picture. Taralynn's portrait is very beautiful and Jen would like some for photos for inspiration, so I will be creating some very special images over the next few months and hopefully this weekend at the solstice, so hope to share the results with you.

Jen in her Buckinghamshire Studio, with portrait of Taralynn.

Here is one of the original photographs for the shoot.

Taralynn, Mexico 2015.

Taralynn, Mexico 2015.

Taralynn, Mexico 2015. And Taralynn dreaming on the right. Painted by Jen Davis.

Taralynn, Mexico 2015. And Taralynn dreaming on the right. Painted by Jen Davis.

 

 

Copyright Magazine

Issue two of Copyright magazine is now out and I'm excited to be apart of this new publication in Bristol. Copyright is a new quarterly publication intent on celebrating positive news, grass roots activism and ethical living in and around Bristol. Please check it out and pick your self of a copy! http://copyrightmagazine.uk

Wowzer Day

Hello, I'm taking part in a group exhibition and today we where hanging our work. I'm showing a project called Portraits of Women's Voices. This is a collaboration with the wonderful women of Bristol. The project was taken last year for International Women's day. The group is called WOW Factor Bristol, WOW is for Women of the world and we meet once a month to empower and engage. If you would like to find out more and see the exhibition WoW Creative Arts April it is on at Hamilton House from now until the 15th April 2015. If you would like to join in the group, please see the Facebook page or website.

New Fuego in Bristol

Last week I was commissioned to document the opening to Fuego Cafe a new bar and grill on the harbour side in Bristol. My brief was to capture the colour, food and fun of the evening. I have uploaded a small selection of images, I hope you like the photos and if you like Latin American dining you can find out more www.fuegoquay.com