I have been commissioned by the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum in Tokyo (Japan) to deliver a series of cameraless photography workshops for their family programme. The workshops were designed as experimental gallery session in which the participants were introduced to the work of Julia Margaret Cameron and to a range of early photographic processes. After exploring the exhibition, workshop participants created their own prints using the cyanotype process.
Fantasy High Street & Team London Bridge commissioned me to produce a site specific outdoors installation responding to the theme Revealed, the piece needed to integrate nature within a urban environment.
Photogramming Nature is an interaction between photography and nature, a home for silhouettes and beautiful flower, plant and leaf outlines. Created using the early photographic cyanotype process, the silhouettes are recorded directly on the greenhouse panels through contact printing and exposure to natural UV light.
The piece was installed in Potters Field Park for the launch of Revealed Festival and it is now permanently installed in White Grounds, London Bridge.
Image credits: Jonathon Vines & Marcelo Deguchi
June 2016 has been a very busy month. I have been teaching wet plate collodion for the Sotheby’s Institute of Art, as well as Van Dyke Brown and photographic emulsion at the University of the Arts London.
On Thursday 21st of April I taught the wet plate collodion process to BA Photography students at the London college of Communication, UAL.