I visit places, I take pictures. End of story or so it seems. Perceived Patterns is an exhibition of photography in which I’m drawn to little details; lines in the sand or water on a windscreen. Some are a metaphor for an emotional state; Flowers, Berlin signalled the end of a relationship ( as I found out later!) and Saying Goodbye, 2002 is a celebration of a friend’s life.
I like nothing more than making interesting images out of seemingly ordinary situations, End Of The Day, We Have Crabs, Free Wine Tasting, 2010 were all photographed in Tarpon Springs, a Floridian seaside town which was enduring the coldest January they had seen for some time.
Other images were made on assignment for magazines: Plane View, 2000 is from a feature on a plane hijacking at Stanstead Airport.
All the work is for sale and the prices are very affordable, the pictures are sold ready to hang on your wall. They are all available in the following finishes: On Aluminium, Polished Acrylic, Canvas Prints and Framed as well. Prices start at £75.
Or if you prefer, you can purchase photographic prints. Prices start at £30.
All works are signed.
The exhibition is at a cool cafe called You Don’t Bring Me Flowers (which also happens to be a florist too) right next to Hither Green rail station. http://www.youdontbringmeflowers.co.uk/
There are a limited number of postcards available for £1.00 each.
The exhibition starts on Friday the 21st September for six weeks, why not pop down and see it. The cafe does sensational coffee and cake.
This is my first solo show in London, I hope you enjoy the show as much as I’ve enjoyed putting it together.
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