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At the end of September, Charlotte and I drove to Joe Cornish’s studio in Northallerton, Yorkshire, to help with a joint exhibition between Joe and David Ward. When I say help, I actually just mean to waffle a bit at the audience before and after the talk just to show how much better they are at public speaking! There were many familiar faces at the gallery, and it was great to catch up with people we’ve not seen for quite some time. We also went down to record the event (with the assistance of Alex Nail), which will be a lot more interesting to you readers as we’re going to get the video ready for the next issue!
The exhibition is titled “Creative Parallels,” and it gives the opportunity for Joe and David to compare and contrast their work over the years and explore some of the common themes and ideas and how they approach them in their own unique ways. The exhibition will run until the end of the year and is well worth a visit if you are near and keep an eye out for the video!
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Magnus’ image “Alpine Clouds” reveals the special, timeless qualities of the mountains and represents a deep, ongoing commitment to exploring the region through the seasons and over the years more
The more I explore the intertidal zones, the more I’ve become fascinated by the beauty of seaweeds that thrive in this environment. more
Looking at César’s work is like working on a complex puzzle. Once unlocked, it can bring you a great deal of satisfaction. To engage in this fun exercise of unlocking photographic puzzles, I encourage readers to spend some time on his website, especially his water art gallery. more
I had seen a couple of great images from a Swiss photographer living close to the lake that I liked a lot. That was all the inspiration I needed to arrange a visit. I planned on a four-day visit, which would concentrate only on the Swiss side of the lake from Geneva up to Montreux, about 50 miles in total. more
According to Jordan, in order to “change the world” through photography, the image has to depict an eventful moment, which, due to its intrinsic importance, will be seen by many people, thus gaining the power to influence public perception of that particular moment more