This March I have been ask to lead a conversation with Garry Fabian Miller as part of the SHADOWS II: Natural Transformations symposium, Moose on The Loose Biennale of Research of the University of the Arts London (UAL). I have also contributed to the biennial by running some chemigram workshops.
Organised by Photomonitor and chaired by Kim Shaw, Executive Director of Photofusion, Material Matters: On making and the physicality of photography, focused on the importance of materiality in photographic practice. I shared panel with Sophy Rickett, Martin Newth, Edouard Taufenbach and Dafna Talmor.
On December 2016 I ran Across digital and analogue, a two day seminar looking at the intersections and possibilities of early photographic processes including the firsts 3D scanning technologies and today’s 3D scanning apps and printers.
This November Culture Trip interviewed me in my studio. I talk about questioning identity, ideology and representation with Art & Design Editor, Freire Barnes, whilst creating a wet collodion tintype portrait.