As a designer and photographer, reflecting over creative conclusions throughout the past year is always good. At this point right at the start of a new year, I thought it may be good to show my favourite five photographs from last year that I have taken. These have been taken on my camera and phone. … Continue reading Five favourites
Between February and August this year I was involved in a project in collaboration with History students at University Campus Suffolk. I have released the details of this project before to some of you. I was asked by my friend Andrew on the history course to help with the design of the magazine. I was … Continue reading Update: 1914: Suffolk and the Western Front Magazine.
You may remember the photo I took below, from a previous post. I often find that I can get ideas for photographs when I'm on my tour of the local area. It depends on the time of day and whether I have the right camera equipment. The idea for this photo, originally came from a … Continue reading Similar photo, different time…
Yesterday, there were some Dutch tall ships on Ipswich waterfront. I saw them at first on my way home from university, then decided to go and take some photos of them as it turned dark. They were here in Ipswich, as a stop off point during the classics race from Holland. Starting in Rotterdam earlier … Continue reading Ships Ahoy!
So we're back for our final year, two weeks ago we started semester one and we started two modules. One solely based on Portfolio Development and another module called Dissertation and Critical Review across the whole year. For Portfolio Development, we were given a four week brief to express the place we're in, whether it be the literal … Continue reading In the thick of it: My Final Year.
Photography is something I have enjoyed for the past couple of years, both in study and as a creative practice for personal projects. As I was saying in the post before, I often think about the use of the photographs. Is it really worth taking them in many instances, as they will just sit there … Continue reading Don’t let them lay dormant!!!