Category Archives: projects

FK yearbook 2013

For the third year running, Latvian photography magazine FK released its annual collection of creme de la creme of contemporary lens-based art from the country. This year’s edition is centred around the rhetorical question Who are We? and encompasses six

FK yearbook 2013

For the third year running, Latvian photography magazine FK released its annual collection of creme de la creme of contemporary lens-based art from the country. This year’s edition is centred around the rhetorical question Who are We? and encompasses six

Book Film Painting

I recently took part in Stuart Pilkington‘s latest collaborative project Book Film Painting, inviting photographers from all over the world to submit an image in response to an existing artwork from those three mediums. I wrote about Stuart’s previous project

Book Film Painting

I recently took part in Stuart Pilkington‘s latest collaborative project Book Film Painting, inviting photographers from all over the world to submit an image in response to an existing artwork from those three mediums. I wrote about Stuart’s previous project

Collective Publishing

There seems to be a growing trend for collaboration in photography, with many practitioners joining forces to tell stories on a topic of their interest. This week, two independent publications by two photographic collectives featuring stories from two UK countries

Collective Publishing

There seems to be a growing trend for collaboration in photography, with many practitioners joining forces to tell stories on a topic of their interest. This week, two independent publications by two photographic collectives featuring stories from two UK countries

Someone I Know

I am always on the lookout for interesting ideas, and there has been a number exciting collaborative curatorial projects that recently caught my attention. Much discussed online over the past few weeks after its launch on the 2nd April, Someone

Someone I Know

I am always on the lookout for interesting ideas, and there has been a number exciting collaborative curatorial projects that recently caught my attention. Much discussed online over the past few weeks after its launch on the 2nd April, Someone