Deadmans Bay Page 6

Mothers day involved visiting Canvey Island. It was cold, more snow forecast and I was sure it was going to be uninspiring and built up. I wanted to document Deadmans Bay known today… Continue reading

Bedlams Bottom Page 5

“Bedlam was bedlam. A muffled eerie place of confusion and strange forbidding heavy suspicion, underscored with lines of Thames barges rotting in the green murky ooze. There were policemen, game wardens and irate… Continue reading

Page 4 Slayhill Marshes

  “The estuaries of rivers appeal strongly to an adventurous imagination. This appeal is not always a charm, for there are estuaries of a particularly dispiriting ugliness: lowlands, mudflats, or perhaps barren sandhills… Continue reading

Slaughterhouse Point Page 3

It was hard to pin point Slaughterhouse Point from the many marshy islands and inlets but I think I managed to point my camera in the right direction in the end. It is… Continue reading

Horrid Hill Page 2

  `The marshes were just a long black horizontal line then, as I stopped to look after him; and the river was just another horizontal line, not nearly so broad nor yet so… Continue reading

Deadmans Island revisited

  I have started a new, very long term, project! It involves a series I did 4 years ago called Namesake. I am hopefully going to compile a book of reworked images from… Continue reading

Shortlisted for the Secret Art prize

I am super happy to have been shortlisted for the Secret Art Prize with the image below from Kit and Caboodle. I would really really really appreciate a vote please, just follow the… Continue reading

A Carpet Garden

  New work for Wuderkammer, inspired by an oriental carpet. A garden of various flowers some plastic some past their best! Interspersed with butterfies and birds. It has a fringe of hummingbird tail… Continue reading

Wunderkammer 2

Struggling to know what to do. This is my newest work for my series Wunderkammen. It is a shell extravanganza all collected from various natural history museums. There are model fish, taxidermy fish… Continue reading

Wunderkammer Squirrel

This is the first piece in a new series called Wunderkammer, the original word for the curiosity cabinet. I have so many images and objects that I have collected over time that constructing my… Continue reading