Time in America – The photographic story of a road trip

It’s taken me a few more months than I had intended; but here it is, edited and ready for viewing – the Time in America series, part fine art, part landscape and part documentary photography, it’s been a thought provoking and genre changing experience for me: You can learn a lot about yourself from doing photography – sitting in a car all day, feeling…

Time in America – The Twin Towers Monument

Post no Bills On visiting the Twin Towers Memorial in September 2014   Their names have carved These holes upon our universe That will not Be unmade   I touch my hand to the gap that is the space In which their essence used to be The sum of moments that they lived and breathed   These letters are A sharp edged strange division…

Time in America – Artists and Exhibitions

I should have realised that there just wouldn’t be time to complete a travel journal blog, given how much we were intending to do in the US in those 4 and a ½ weeks. What I also should have anticipated was that it would all go mad when we came home and had to get back into work and all the other mundane things…

Time in America 1 – Horizons over the Pacific

I should have known that any travel blog from me would be sporadic, disjointed and no where near what I had intended. Never mind. At least I am starting at the beginning. One of the defining moments of my evolution into a fine art photographer was viewing Murray Frederick’s Salt exhibition, and seeing the accompanying video. My love of abstract and my dreams of…