A series of C-type prints mounted onto MDF display structures.
School of Humanities
MA Photography, 2017
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At its core, my work is concerned with control. Specifically: aesthetic exemplars of control within the British landscape. Interventions, alterations, modifications and interruptions all act as indicators of human intent.
Affordable Renders is the result of a period of research on temporary structures of control, such as barriers, signage and borders and their role in shaping new-build settlements within the rural British landscape.
These settlements utilise a tribal application of colour, dividing and dominating their surroundings. They strive to outwardly project self-assurance, security and unflinching stability in an accelerated housing climate.
These spaces lack civic structures. Isolated and separated from infrastructure, they are transient environments; caught in flux between hopeful aspiration and resigned acceptance.
- BA Photographic Practice, University of Northampton, 2013
- Associate lecturer, University of Northampton, Northampton, 2015–2017
- "To The Operator" - P.P.S. #2, Royal College of Art, London, 2016; Untitled Solo Exhibition, Windows187, Greenwich, London, 2016; "Squashing Vibes", Peckham Pelican, London, 2016; Offprint London, Tate Modern, London, 2016
- ESPY Photo Award, Shortlist, 2015
- "A Part Apart", Self-Published photo-zine, 12 pages, 2017; "Squashing Vibes", Exhibition Publication, Kiosk Books, 44 pages, 2016; "Are You Lost", Edited & Self-Published group zine, 32 pages, 2016; "The State of Art: Photographic & Digital #1", Andy Laffan, 100 pages, 2014