I had the idea of combining my passion for both ceramics and photography. I love to make things and create things that are one of a kind and unique. I like the unrushed appraoch to creativity (although I’m slightly impatient at times) and like to see ideas and projects develop (no pun intended) and evolve – sometiimes into something special and unique, other times…. not so much, but as long as I have fun whilst I’m doing it right? keeps me out of trouble 🙂
I studied for a BA in fine art sculptural ceramics at Bretton Hall in the UK – where I produced life size casts and free hand sculptures of the human form (I’ll try and dig out some old photos)
I have a passion for the analogue photography (the more low tech the better) and the old processes such as collodion and salt printing, I may have to start up another blog about my exploits with those.
2 years ago I compleated an MA in Photography at Leicester Demontfort University and I am currently the Course leader of the A Level Photography program at Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth 1st College.
I’m also one of the founding members of Leicester Lo-Fi Photography, a group which brings together the photography analogue enthusiasts, with the aim of opening up a community darkroom space, offering courses and workshops.