Posts tagged Old Stuff

A lookbook from way back when…

Shot on a Nikon F90X in Chatham, August 2004.

Images from the archive - Meopham shoot aka the Lolita shoot (2005)

One Mamiya 645 borrowed from a friend with Portra 160VC

A location somewhere in Meopham

One model, one stylist and one make up artist…

Samantha - from a UCA workshop

During the seven years I lectured at UCA I regularly photographed Fashion workshops. These two images are some outtakes from the Creative Careers in Fashion workshop which introduced a group of students from Medway schools and colleges to the world of fashion; from design to shoot.

The model is Samantha Ker from D1

Images from the archive - Fairground shoot (2005)

One girl.

One fairground.

(One very expensive taxi journey…)

THE BEGINNING
This is a rubbish picture from my first ever exhibition (…which was also pretty rubbish). It was 1998 in Café Woodstock, Norrköping, Sweden. I made the frames myself whilst on work-experience with the curators at Norrköping’s Art Museum.

THE BEGINNING

This is a rubbish picture from my first ever exhibition (…which was also pretty rubbish). It was 1998 in Café Woodstock, Norrköping, Sweden. I made the frames myself whilst on work-experience with the curators at Norrköping’s Art Museum.

Images from the archive - Whitstable shoot (2005)

One 35mm camera loaded with Portra 160VC.

One Whitstable beach.

One girl. 

Illustrations by Danielle Wright (aka Peskyvarmint) were a later addition.

17 and pretentious. 
This was one of the first times my images were published. It was a 1998 issue of the Swedish photography magazine Tidningen FOTO which I used to buy every month. Most of the images at that point were either cross-processed slide-film or, when black & white, printed on grade 4 or 5. 
I cringe reading it now because I was so ridiculously pretentious… 

17 and pretentious. 

This was one of the first times my images were published. It was a 1998 issue of the Swedish photography magazine Tidningen FOTO which I used to buy every month. Most of the images at that point were either cross-processed slide-film or, when black & white, printed on grade 4 or 5. 

I cringe reading it now because I was so ridiculously pretentious…