Monthly Archives: October 2008

Stonehenge

I have just returned from a trip to the Salisbury where I took the opportunity to visit Stonehenge again after an absence of many years. The place was just as magical as ever. I felt that pinhole would be the ideal medium to make an image as a long paper negative exposure would allow the […]

Infinity’s edge

Photography.Book.Now symposium

I attended the Blurb symposium last Friday and I have to admit it was not quite what I was expecting. Advertised with the words “You’ll hear working photographers talk about their books, hear industry practitioners discuss how to curate and design books, and learn how to market a successful book.” I did expect something with […]

The Choice

The latest in my series “Dream of flight”.

Playing in the shallows

Innocence at the edge of the deep.

Intaglio printing

A few months ago I met David Noble of Noble Fine Art at Focus on Imaging. Impressed by the beauty of the work he produces – which stood out among the often nonsensical gadgetry on offer around – and by his obvious enthusiasm for his craft I opted to commission him to produce a photogravure […]