Quote of the Month:

"...whether a million monkeys with a million digital cameras would eventually shoot the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson?"

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Graduate Show Android App

This is the Graduate Show 2012 app for Android, available on Google Play: http://goo.gl/LNyl0. The exhibition runs from the 14th to the 21st June 2012 at the Sidney Cooper Gallery in Canterbury, Kent.

Friday, 11 May 2012

Wednesday, 28 March 2012


A sneak peek at the ongoing Cherished project (the title of which may well change several times over the next few weeks).


Tuesday, 21 February 2012


The second group photo shoot for the Professional & Community Practice module. Photography by Nick Simmonds, Michal Marko, Kevin Webb and Christopher Seaton. The 'behind the scenes' video of the day:

Thanks to Keiron and Emma for modelling.


Sunday, 22 January 2012

Instant Exposure

Probable submission for the AOP Student Awards in a few days time. From left to right, Polaroid 669, Fuji Instax, Polaroid 600, Fuji Instax Mini, Fuji FP-100C.


Thursday, 19 January 2012

A Road Called Home

Newspaper - Dinner A Day

I have been working on this for some time now, only now have I finally got around to finishing it. The colours are a little washed out, especially in comparison to the website versions, but overall I think I am happy with the paper.

I ordered this at about 1pm on Tuesday (17th Jan) and it arrived 10am on Thursday (19th Jan), that is not a bad turnaround in my opinion.

I have also been working on a Kindle version, just as a test to see how easy it is to create and how the format adapts a photo publication - especially when shown on a black and white display.


Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Bryan Heseltine

Whilst in Oxford the other week, I took the opportunity to visit the People Apart: Cape Town Survey 1952 exhibition in the Long Gallery at the Pitt Rivers Museum. There were some great photos on display, clearly Heseltine was a talented photographer.

I did, however, have two issues regarding the exhibition. Firstly, there was a lack of signs pointing towards, or even identifying the work as being the Long Gallery. Secondly, but in a similar vein, it was in a small corridor next to the toilets. Whilst I was there, the only people who glanced at the work were those rushing past it with other agendas. I guess that must be what Oxford University think of photography...

Still, it was good to see some alternative work by a lesser known individual.