Having spent the best part of a decade working mostly in colour, returning to Black & White has been an interesting challenge.
I recently had the opportunity to photograph the olive harvest, and the resulting pictures gave me plenty to think about.
Having learned that the old town of Segorbe was lit up with Christmas lights for the first time in many years, I knew I had to go and photograph a more positive side to the story.
Some thoughts on the accessibility and democratisation of Art and Photography.
Some thoughts about Black and White photography after reading ‘The Decay of Lying’ by Oscar Wilde.
Some thoughts about the role sharing our work plays in our enjoyment of the process.
Being bed-bound for a few days gave me some time to reflect on recent rolls of film and other considerations in my photography.
An update on my charity zine sale with all profits going to Cáritas until June 30th 2020.
Some thoughts on forcing ourselves to adhere to plans we once made.
Some photographs and some thoughts from the past couple of weeks in which I’ve been able to go out for walks again.
I just released two Photography Zines for sale, with all proceeds before 30th June donated to the charity Caritas here in Spain. Here is what I learned from the process.
What I learned about giving myself, and my ideas, a chance from looking through 15 years worth of photographs.
Another week as Scene From Home.
A series of photographs made in 2017 on the rooftop of a block of flats in Valencia.
Observations from around our flat during another week on Lockdown.
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