My practice involves a process of seeking out and representing existing imagery. This often results in a transformation of family photographs. The translation of theses images causes a disruption of the photographic source, and the image becomes infused with memory and past experience. The photographic image is displaced from its origin, which allows a new reading of the subject matter. My aim would be to encourage further interest in these images by altering their presentation.
This editing process prevents the full analysis of the photographic image and is an exploration process that plays with revealing and suppressing the image. Hiding and exposing information is an analogy for how the family portrait reveals the appearance of the past whilst limiting the full experience of it. What is held back is interesting, as this represents the gap between the image in my memory and my lived experience.
2010 "Views from the Edge" The View Tube, 2012 Olympic Site
2010 Open Studio In Relief London Print Studio, Harrow Road
2010 Free Range Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London
2010 Showcase London (16 June) Brick Lane, London
2010 Degree Showcase University of East London, Docklands
2010 Leaving Traces AVA Gallery, University of East London
2010 Showcase London (17 March) Brick Lane, London
2010 Showcase London (3 March) Brick Lane, London
2010 Open Studio London Print Studio, Harrow Road
2009 Graphic Arts 2 University of East London, Docklands
2009 A Picture Prints A 1000 Words Rag Factory, Brick Lane
2009 Dialogue II Manhattanville College, New York
2009 Print Show AVA Gallery, University of East London
2008 Graphic Arts 1 AVA Gallery, University of East London