Archive for October, 2009

Please check out this exhibition concerned with the impossiblity of reproducing the infinite. It features work by local artists Ned McConnell, Danniella Norton, Lorenza Ippolito, Sandra Heathcote, Emelye Perry, Giuseppe Iozzi and Tila Rodreguez-Past. It’s sure to be challenging and full of conceptual work. Well worth a look if you’re round that way. Please click through to it’s all […]

Following my extended tutorial with Claire Scanlon I have been given some suggested reading to help with my topic of interest. The books I’m in search of are as follows; Towards a Philosophy of Photography by Vilem Flusser The Return of the Real by Hal Foster Jacques Lacan by Sean Homer The Optical Unconscious by Rosalind […]

Another idea for my minor project was to photograph an elderly woman I know named Mary. I have known Mary since I was a little girl and have always admired her flare for fashion and glamourous appearance. I particularly enjoy the way she is so keen to share her old photographs. She looks like Audrey […]

Home developing


I’m just washing 2 black and white films I have developed at home. I find this part the most exciting and am still amazed they come out at all. The last films I developed at home came out really well and so I’m hoping that I haven’t lost my touch. The first film is my […]

Yesterday was the deadline for the minor project proposal form. You can view this piece of literary genius by clicking the header above.  I underestimated how difficult it would be to put my idea into words. Up until now it’s been a glimmer of something purely in my mind. Writing about it seemed incredibly tricky as I couldn’t […]

“Usually the amateur is defined as an immature state of the artist: someone who cannot-or will not-achieve the mastery of a profession. But in the field of photographic practice, it is the amateur, on the contrary, who is the assumption of the professional: for it is he who stands closer to the noeme of Photography.)”