I am delighted to have been chosen by Firecracker to be April’s featured photographer. Founded by Fiona Rogers, Firecracker is a fantastic platform supporting women photographers in their practice. I am both honoured and delighted to have work featured from both Family and In this Place.
Work from In This Place will be in the show Ambit: Photographies from Scotland from the 22nd April 2017 – 18th June 2017 at Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow. Ambit is a new partnership between Street Level Photoworks and Stills, Scotland’s public venues dedicated to photography. The exhibition will be presented across both venues as a joint venture embracing […]
I love (most) web stuff, I love photography, I really love portraiture. I also like to know why photographers choose the people to photograph that they do; what the story is behind the work; the ideas we do not see sometimes when the work is shared, printed and exhibited. So I started up an online journal […]
It was lovely (and a nice surprise) to see The Guisers feature on It’s Nice That’s Best of the Web on the 2nd December. A special mention to ‘Victorian Gentleman’ which you can see below. I am looking forward to extending the project to nearly 40 images. Updates will be posted as the text from participants is completed.
I’ve been working on ‘The Guisers’ Project for a little bit recently. A guiser is a child who at Halloween goes around the neighbours’ doors and in return for ‘a turn’ (a party-piece involving a song, joke, dance, mini-play etc) gets some sweets and fruit usually. Many people don’t realise this still happens in Scotland and […]