Thursday, 4 October 2012

Roadside Britain reaches The Photographers Gallery:

Thats right, Roadside Britain reaches The Photographers Gallery. I'm delighted to mention that the bookshop in the Soho gallery has taken on the book and is kindly pushing the work. A huge thanks to the buying team at The Photographers Gallery.

Saturday, 4 August 2012

Roadside Britain heads to Sheffield:

It's with great delight that I mention part of the Roadside Britain tour heads to Sheffield to be hosted by Bank Street Arts. Having collected the work from The Print Space during in the week, early on Monday morning i'll head north to set up the third leg of the touring exhibition. If you're in Sheffield and fancy coming to say hello, do pop along for a cup of tea between 3-5pm this Tuesday. 

Thursday, 26 July 2012

New Video From Roadside Britains Book Launch

Again, a huge thank-you to all whom helped out at the London book launch of Roadside Britain. I can't thank you all enough - check out the latest video compiled by William James Pine.


Thursday, 19 July 2012

Thank You

A huge thanks to The Print Space, Josh Knox and Cheeky Fire, Neon Stash & Pistonhead Larger and everyone that helped out as last Thursdays Roadside Britain's book launch and exhibtion at theprintspace. It was a massive success with the gallery packed out with people queueing outside: Checkout Cheekyfires documentary from the evening:

I also want to thank Looking Sideways for there fantastic interview - check it out here: Looking Sideways

While these images are curtsey of The Print Space

A huge thanks to Looking Sideways for their great article featured on their site this week. I meet up with Matt Barr from Looking Sideways at the opening night of The Print Space last Thrusday. Check out the feature on this link: Looking Sideways 

I also wanted to thank Daniel Weir who "scribbled some notes" about Roadside Britain on his blog - check out his beautifully written post featured on dig your fins 

Monday, 9 July 2012

Workshops & Tours at The Babylon Gallery:

With Andy Murray, the British Grand Prix and the persistent rain to contend with, my opening exhibition in Ely was no damp squid. Sunday began with a young peoples workshop where a group of budding photographers set upon Ely learning about composition and the best way to approach capturing people on location, dodging the rain the morning was a great success. Moving into the afternoon a tour and talk about the Roadside Britain was held - a short film by Bob Banks can be seen via this link - followed by breaking the exhibtion down ready for London. I'm delighted to have shown with the Babylon Gallery. Zoe and the ADeC team were a delight to work and couldn't recommend the gallery more highly.