Personal Experimentation

After previously experimenting with the idea of combing nature with the body, I looked into other ways off representing the two together. I looked at similarites between the body and the close up detail of nature. For example, I found that the lines of leaf were similar to that of the lines on a hand. […]

Research – Kev Hawken

‘Kev’s work highlights his frustration, despair and sense of isolation from living with anxiety for the past twelve years, using his student accommodation as the site for Disorder.’ – Fragmentary.org. I relate straight away to the work of Kev Hawken, which highlights the feelings that come with suffering from anxiety. The fact it was shot […]

Research – Rekha Garton

Unlike Kirsty Mitchell and Brooke Shaden, Rekha Garton’s work is simplistic, yet still manages to portray emotion in a similar way. The muted colour palette used throughout her work gives the photographs a relatable feel. Unlike the bright tones used within Kirsty Mitchell’s which gives the work a editorial ‘set up’ feel, the colours here […]

Research – Kirsty Mitchell

Kirsty Mitchell’s work has inspired my work since college, combining aesthetically pleasing images with a personal reason for producing them. The work started out as a distraction from her mother’s death. When describing the project on her website she states – ‘This espapism grew into the idea of creating a storybook without words, dedicated to […]

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