Above are three images which have been published by Abridged, an art and poetry periodical based in Derry Northern Ireland. The photographs are from my project ‘Fury Unleashed’ and feature alongside poems by Damian Smyth, Darran Anderson and Jane Robinson. You can view the whole magazine on line at http://abridgedonline.com/abridged-0-43-lethe/
The autumnal colours of an Acer before the winter removed its foliage.
On Sunday, myself and a couple of fellow photographers were asked by the organiser Rich Jackson (no relation), of the Fleet and Church Crookham 10k race to capture the event. I drew the straw to try and capture the runners at the finish line. Here are a few images of the warm up event and the start of the 10k and 5K race, as well as a couple of pictures of runners at the finish line.
Dungeness is a very unusual landscape on the south coast of England in the county of Kent. It is the home of the Dungeness Nuclear Power Station, the area feels very baron, almost abandoned. Within the landscape are a series of small wooden houses and shack like buildings and even a couple of pubs and a fish restaurant. It has a unique atmosphere, unlike any other I have experienced within the UK. One would assume that not many people would want to live so close to a nuclear power station, but in fact the wooden buildings are very expensive and sought after.
This is the lovely Amelia, shot outside using 35mm hp5 black and white film. For this project we were asked to shoot a random film to learn all about the process of scanning and cleaning up images. I saw Amelia in the library at Uni and thought she had something about her, she very kindly agreed to model for me.
These were taken using Ilford 35mm HP5 400 asa black and white film with a table lamp and reflector for lighting as well as a friend to hold the light. Sadly I didn’t manage to clear all of the chemicals off the negatives, hence to rings and marks in certain places.