If you’re in Edinburgh over the next couple of days please do call into the Gayfield gallery just off Leith walk to view my first solo photographic exhibition; Spectrum. The exhibition showcases a diverse cross section of my work with framed and unframed prints for sale at a variety of sizes. If you’re around do pop your head in and say hello. Spectrum runs until Thursday 23rd April and is open from 10am until 6pm.

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Spectrum is a week long solo exhibition showcasing a range of my photographic works at the Gayfield Gallery in Edinburgh. Due to launch with a private viewing on Friday 17th April the exhibition consists of a variety of images from Scottish landscape and still life photography, through to macro and digitally manipulated imagery. All exhibited works as well as additional prints will be for sale. The exhibition will be open to public viewing from April 18th – 23rd between 10am and 6pm. @gayfieldsq #edinburgh #photography #Gayfield

Following on from a previous project of the same name Artificial Anatomy 2.0 will further explore the same themes of surface, shape and volume. These are a selection of test images intended to explore how the surface the skull is partially defined by a series of randomly projected contours and linear forms. Whilst the shape and form of the skull is partially revealed by the projected image the random spacing and shape of the lines also begin to warp the shape of the subject, producing some interesting results. 

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Jocktoberfest is an annual beer festival that takes place in early September at the Black Isle brewery, just north of Inverness. Aside from drinking copious amounts of outstanding beer and occasionally rolling off hay bales I did find some time to capture a few images of the weekend. Highly recommended!

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Artificial Anatomy was a self initiated project intended to explore our understanding of surface, texture and volume. The human head and skull were used as a canvas; familiar structures onto which coloured paints were poured to define their surface and shape. Corresponding images of the head and skull were captured at varying stages of the paint coverage. Images were then edited and combined in post to form hollow multilayered anatomical forms that appear to be suspended unaided in space.
This project is also published on my Behance page: https://www.behance.net/gallery/19116997/Artificial-Anatomy
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