Inside the Outside: Exploring CONTEMPORARY Landscape Photography.
22nd April to 3rd June 2017, MMX Gallery, London.
In a new exhibition curated my our collective Inside the Outside I'll be exhibiting alongside members Joseph Wright, Stephen Segasby and Al Brydon, along wth invited work by Valda Bailey, Jacqui Booth, Alex Boyd, John Blakemoor, Mike Colechin and Dan Wood.
I'll be showing images from my series about poet John Clare's 1841 walk from Epping Forest to Helpston to in the Fens - North Towards the Orison.
"The exhibition uses landscape photography as a metaphor to unite coexisting ideas and reflections that are exposed in another light to the photographer and viewer. Not strictly about the physicality of the landscape but how it is shaped and revealed."
"Each artist work is diverse in technique, style, method and process; yet they share a similar approach and understanding that is ‘beyond the visual’, that a photograph should speak of something more than the photographic process itself. Emphasising the difference between a photograph of something and a photograph about something. Being in the landscape and representing the landscape is to simultaneously inhabit two worlds, the one before us and the one inside us."
Inside the Outside 2016 Exhibition
Six images from my series North Towards the Orison in the Inside the Outside exhibition from 15th October to 12th November 2016, at The Photo Parlour Nottingham. There's more information on the Inside the Outside website.
MADE IN WALES II
Group show curated by A Fine Beginning. Shown at Cardiff Made 9-19th September 2015, Carousel, London 9-th -20th November 2015 and Oriel Colwyn, Colwyn Bay 1st March to 30th April 2016. Group show focussing on work made in and about Wales featuring and image from my Mametz Wood Series.
From 17 April 2015 to 15 May 2015, Institute Francaise, Edinburgh. Curated by Alastair Cook/Feis Collective showing six prints from my Mametz Wood Series.
Groups show with:
MORVEN G. STEWART
Over the Hill - Tim Andrews
2nd June - 30th July 2013, Farley Farm.
Exhibition of portraits of parkinson's sufferer Tim Andrews at the former home and gallery of photographer Lee Miller and Roland Penrose.
May 2018 Interview with myself by Jo Mazelis for The Lonely Crowd issue 9.
October 2016: Outdoor Photography OP211 November issue: Four page illustrated interview with Nick Smith.
October 2016: Article/interview with Black and White Photography magazine on the Inside the Outside exhibition.
July 2016 Ffoton podcast interview with Al Brydon about starting the Inside the Outside Collective.
March 2016 Featured photographer interview with On Landscape magazine by Michela Griffiths.
May 2015 Extended interview podcast with Ffoton on Mametz Wood.
March 2015 Ffoton - 'One Image' podcast talking about a single image from Mametz Wood.
Forthcoming foreword for Al Brydon's book 'Solargraphs' published by JW Editions
November 2017 preface for 'Cubby's Tarn' a book by Joseph Wring
October 2016, Foreword to 'Inside the Outside' the exhibition book.
December 2015, Article on the Beyond the Visual Landscape conference for On Landscape magazine.
May 2015. Mametz Wood, article for the A Fine Beginning blog.
October 2015, Foreword to Matt Botwood's book 'Travel's in a Strange Land: Dark Spaces'.
January 2015, Interview with photographer Matt Botwood on Ffoton Wales.
November 2014 Die Natur und der Krieg - "Nature and War" article on Mametz Wood for German photography magazine Kwerfeldein.
2013 Foreword to David Langan's book 'A Boscage of Birch'.
April 2012, Why I love the Abergavenny Hills, article for On Landscape magazine.
November 2011 Interview with Mike Jackson about his Poppit Sands series for On Landscape magazine.
April 2011, article on my Skirrid Hill series for On Landscape magazine.
February 2011 Interview with Chris Tancock for On Landscape magazine.
November 2010: Creativity in Photography: How thinking like a poet can provide inspiration. Article for On Landscape magazine.
2007 "From East to West and Dawn to Dusk" - photobook with prose and photos by me on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast.