About the Book
My work has often focused on that of landscape, travel, place and non-place. As an extension to, as well as a move away from previous work, this book aims to capture the ephemeral that we live amongst, the antithesis of travel. With the use of macro-photography I have selected subject matter found in domestic environments, more specifically that of insects and natural objects. Insects in particular can share our domestic space, sometimes surviving, though often becoming trapped by accident or by design. Through their transient nature they create a simple link to an external space. I am interested in the relationship we have with borders and boundaries and the interface they create with worlds, inside and outside.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Jul 29, 2009
- Tags immortality, mortality, universal, personal, frontiers, global, local, extrinsic, exteriors, interiors, links, worlds, interface, boundaries, fine, art, landscape, travel, place, non-place, ephemeral, macro, photography, domestic, environments, insects, natural, objects, space, trapped, trappings, accident, design, transient, nature, create, simple, external, relationship, borders, inside, outside
I currently lecture in Visual Communication at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham, England. University for the Creative Arts, Farnham Advanced Research Methods Module 2006 Farnborough College of Technology Post Graduate Certificate of Education 2004 Farnborough College of Technology City and Guilds Teaching Award (7306) 2002 Coventry University MA Design and Digital Media 1997 Coventry University PGD Electronic Graphics 1996 Staffordshire University PGC Computing in Design 1995 Newcastle-upon-Tyne Polytechnic BA Honours Fine Art / Painting 1988