About the Book
The final journey in the series......as there was only one remaining dice option, it lacked the surprise element of the others but of all of them, this was probably the one over which I had least control. This journey was to be under the influence of another person - by handing over my will for the day and following a set of text instructions sent by mobile phone, I attempted to put myself in the position of ‘going with the flow', allowing whatever would happen to happen. I had no idea what to expect - the only proviso that I had made was that the tasks were not to be illegal or put me in any physical danger.
Through my camera viewfinder I observe the daily and seasonal nuances which alter our domestic, rural and urban spaces. I usually prefer to take my inspiration from life as it unfolds, seeking to frame the mundane stuff of daily life in unexpected ways and creating fresh perspectives on the everyday. I have a particular interest in photographing the urban landscape, incorporating chance elements and exploring the nature of serendipity, coincidence and connections.The images are then combined into sequences in book form to emphasise the underlying relationships between the apparently random and haphazard, celebrating the accidental and the spontaneous. I am a recent graduate of the MA Photography course, de Montfort University, Leicester. My Blogs: Hymn to the Hipstamatic: http://ingridnewton3.blogspot.co.uk/ Par Hazard: http://www.ingridnewton.blogspot.com/ London Muse: http://ingridnewton2.blogspot.co.uk/ Daily photoblog: http://anniedog.shutterchance.com/