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Torfskeri

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The primary intention of the work is to interrogate the effects of human intervention on the dynamics of our atmosphere using the tools of expressive photography. ‘Torfskeri’ is an Old Norse name for the iron tool for cutting peat. more

Buried in the Rocks

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On the afternoon of the 2nd of February 2018, I witnessed an accident which truly shaped my practice as a photographer. This incident, which will forever hold a place in my mind, had a strong influence on a recent project - ‘Buried in the Rocks’ and became the first location I shot for the project. more

Skye – Away from the Madding Crowds

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Living as we do in Ballachulish, we often hear news from the Isles, and particularly Skye, that they are overcrowded with tourists. It reached a fever pitch last year with CNN Travel listing Skye as one of their places to “avoid” and the police “advised visitors to stay away unless they had already booked places to stay”. So when we were approached by Jakub Bors, landscape photographer and operations manager of the Skeabost hotel on Skye, about possibly more

 

Elements

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The 4 images I've chosen are examples of things that go unnoticed, hidden in plain sight. They can sometimes become unintentionally abstract as the thing that grabs our initial attention is usually shape, form, texture etc. more

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    on A Thousand Words

    A thought provoking read, many thanks. I would say that the documentary expressive split you describe has exceptions in the instance of documentary images which sometimes need fleshing out with context and description. I'm reminded here of collections where the photographer has chosen locations of macabre importance contrary to the [...]

    - Cornerstone2, 07:07 23rd Apr

    on Home Skies

    wonderful observations and beautifully rendered!

    - Krista McCuish, 07:07 23rd Apr

    on Photographic Pedagogy

    If we have curiosity about the world around us, it should inspire us to not only learn and collect knowledge, but also inwardly curate it and connect ideas (especially across different disciplines and experiences). If we have diverse experiences and are successful at linking concepts, we can direct it outward to [...]

    - Krista McCuish, 07:07 23rd Apr

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