I am proud to have produced all the 84 giclée prints for the Against Tyranny exhibition by John 'Hoppy' Hopkins at the Idea Generation gallery. This involved extensive digital restoration of the supplied b&w negative scans and production of A2 and A1 size prints on to Ilford Gallery Pearl using a HP Z3200 44" printer. This exhibition received a maximum of 5 stars by the London Evening Standard.
Wednesday, 20 January 2016
I produced the flamingo print below by the artist Chloe Croft for a bedroom setup in Living etc magazine. The print was produced using an Epson SP 9900 and Hahnemuehle Photorag Ultrasmooth paper and measured about 1.0x1.5 meters.
Monday, 11 March 2013
A video installation by Ryan Grayley.
Exhibited at London Gallery West Best of Photography Show in 2007.
‘This is the work that has impressed me the most…a really humane and engaging piece of work.’ David Foster 2007.
Troubled by the visual representation of trauma and death in a world increasingly characterised by simulacra, I wanted to portray more realistic and engaging narratives. After extensive research and experimentation, I attempted to fuse characteristics of both moving and still imagery while exploiting the newly emerging high definition video technologies. My choice of subject material was carefully considered and concerns the illness and eventual death of my Deaf father-in-law.
Dedicated to the late Charles Walter Linkin and all those who struggle with cultural difference.
2007-06-27: Exhibited at London Gallery West Best of Photography Show.
2007-06-21: Exhibited at London Atlantis Gallery.