Tuesday, 17 January 2012

The Attic Presents...

Hello 2012 how are you! Onto business now; i recently took part in an exhibition in Leicester along with other local artists. I have recently become a member of The Attic. A non profiting art studio and collective, providing support and promotion for new artists. 

Over the first three weeks of January we have taken over The Pedestrian Gallery to not only give artists the opportunity to exhibit but to also raise more awareness of local artists, help new artists, answer any queries and question and make people more aware of the work The Attic is doing. 

For more information on The Attic click here
To see more photos from the exhibition click here

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Wedding Trasher

Rather off topic here but these images from the 'Wedding Trasher' issue of Jalouse Magazine from back in July 2009 caught my eye big time. Featuring Mark Ronson and Josephine De La Baume getting 'married' for a photoshoot, a strange concept for a dating couple though they have since gone on to marry officially so something must have worked (i still prefer their magazine wedding better). The guests include Alice Dellal, Cory Kennedy and designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. As well as members of The Virgins and French band Neimo.

The whole concept is so rock and roll it hurts; somehow mixing punk, vintage glamour and flower headbands effortlessly with live bands and sofas outside just works. Who knew keeping your sunglasses on during the ceremony, ripped tights and leopard print could look so right at a wedding.

Saturday, 13 August 2011

Frances Bean

frances bean cobain / © hedi slimane

Tuesday, 14 September 2010


Last month myself and 8 other artists held a two week exhibition at a gallery which specialises in graduate exhibitions called DegreeArt.com in Bethnal Green, London.
All the artists who took part in the exhibition were all recent graduates of Fine Art at De Montfort University in Leicester. Though it was a group show each artist brought something different, with a mix of paintings, print, sculpture, installation and photography.

(Five 12x10 inch satin finish prints, mounted on foamboard)
My work in the show was a continuation from my recent degree work. I wanted to find the point in which a photograph stops being just a photograph or a snapshot and starts being viewed as something more. This is a subject that i am still continuing to work with.

Monday, 30 August 2010

Corinne Day R.I.P.

Corinne Day R.I.P.