I am a freelance photographer and visual artist currently based in London, UK. I use this blog as a place to show work-in-progress, images from recent commissions, exhibition details, and other random bits and bobs.
I have spent the past six weeks teaching a Creative Photography Course at the V&A. During the course, the students have been working as Museum Photographers, to create a modern-day ‘portrait’ of the V&A.
class discussions, practical tasks and exhibition visits, the group
have explored a combination of architectural, portrait, documentary and
reportage photography, to develop a collection of images that depict
their individual views and interpretations of the building, its
inhabitants, and activities and events that take place there.
the final week of the course, the group compiled the images into a
single ‘portrait’ that combines the physical layering of the
photographs, with a conceptual layering of the different approaches and
processes explored throughout the course, and an in-depth exploration
into the layers of history found in the museum.
You can view the 'grande finale' below: a culmination of the six weeks of the course. Click here for the background to the project, and to follow the progress of the course please see the previous posts on the V&A blog, here (week 1-2), here (week 3-4), and here (week 5-6), and my previous blog posts here and here.