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Regeneration @ToynbeeHall

January 28, 2017


Have been working up a maquette of a book for the Toynbee Hall Regeneration project. Early days yet – I am less than half way through. I want to open a dialogue with the team at Toynbee Hall on how we might present the work in the long run. Preview is on… Regeneration @ToynbeeHall […]

‘Lifting the Curtain’ presentation – Book Format

January 18, 2015


In my previous post on presentation strategy I indicated that a book and exhibition to be the most appropriate and effective means of presenting my work. This approach echoes that of Charles Booth when publishing his work and can be used to create a form of presentation that encourages the viewer/reader to engage in a dialogue with […]

the velvet cell

May 13, 2014


I had some time to kill yesterday on my way to the Photographers Gallery so I popped into Foyles Bookshop on Charing Cross Road. It has a great selection of photographic books, including some very small run publications. I came across a number of books by a publishing house called the velvet cell. I bought a couple […]

East End Work – Texts, copyright and books

November 15, 2013


I have been quoting texts from work by other authors to set alongside my images for the Always Follow Ur Dreams!! In fact, I have been considering whether to use only quotations rather than text I have written. I thought it would be wise to check on copyright restrictions and how this might affect my […]

Urban Artists Book Idea Mock-up

June 28, 2012


I have put together the further development of the idea of a book of my work with the Urban Artists, but this time in black and white. The images are not my final selections and the photo edits are rough at this stage but I think it has potential. The black and white treatment seems […]