Colour from Black, ongoing long-term series from, “The Quiet,” started when I began to revisit the moorland landscape from my childhood and work in natural light again. Based on Goethe’s colour theory on the refraction of light from Black, the series explores the interrelationship with Nature: The connection of place with memory, impressions of childhood perception of Beauty in response to landscape, flora and fauna.
Linking past and present through the titles: Velvet Black, World within, The Mossy Rock, The Tree, The Scape, Moorland Mirror, Body of Water, Peripheral View, Dreaming Memory, The Quiet Scent, Dusk, Notes, Fog, When The River:
Fog exhibited at The Noorderlicht House of Photography in the Netherlands and featured on Inside the Outside collective’s website.
The Tree, a finalist in The Charles Dodgson Award exhibited at The World Through My Eyes and at The 5th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography, Barcelona.
Damson Hawthorn and Phormium exhibited at Shutter Hub Open Newsprint exhibition in London and Amsterdam.
Velvet Black A5, 36-page book launched at Impressions Photobook Fair, Bradford.
The Imprint was mentioned in Ros Badger’s Christmas Present Picks on a-littlebird.com
Nominated for The Royal Photographic Society’s, 100 Heroines.
Sold my book Velvet Black and Edition Prints at the Badger’s Velvet Underground event, The Department Store in Brixton.
One of the speakers at the Redeye Network series of photographers’ talks at Leeds Art Gallery on the 2nd of February.Talked about my series Velvet Black and Notes.
A selection of images from my long-term body of work will be part of an exhibition at Gdansk Gallery of Photography Poland, in spring 2019.
For more information, please see the following links where excerpts from the series have either been published, featured or exhibited: