This body of work explores the idea of hidden rooms within and outside our homes bathed in shadow and mystery and holding within them those things we once held dear.
In striving to bring notice to the unnoticed, the discarded and the unloved, these pinhole images depict more than a physical location; rather, they more accurately capture a state of mind, possessing a lack of immediacy that seems timeless.
Completed an MA in photography in 2011, now a second year PhD student at MIRIAD, Manchester School of Art. Jan strives to produce images that are aesthetically pleasing and experiments with all mediums and types of cameras from the humble pinhole to high end DSLR, polaroid and large format film to digital.
Lost and Found Published June 02, 2014
Manchester's Water Palace Published May 08, 2012
Etherow Park Published April 23, 2012
A Bridgwater Blessing Published June 13, 2011