The secrets behind sexy picasso nfts

I've started a journey into creating and selling NFTs, being a creator and selling your work is always a minefield and finding the right people that want to be a part of what you're doing is without a doubt the hardest element. I am a photographer first and foremost. But looking at the market I … Continue reading The secrets behind sexy picasso nfts

Vegetarian Festival Face Piercings Phuket

If you have seen me since I returned back from Thailand I have probably shown you my work from the Vegetarian Festival in Phuket. I have been sat on these images for a long time, not knowing what to do with them. If I'm honest I wanted their debut to be in the physical form … Continue reading Vegetarian Festival Face Piercings Phuket

Landing in New Zealand

When I first arrived in New Zealand, I hated it. Auckland was raining and cold and the hostel I arrived at felt like it had been built from old wooden pallets. Draughty, no heating and sharing a room with four others on what felt like a prisoners mattress, I was miserable after having spent 2 … Continue reading Landing in New Zealand

It Took Me Four Years to Use a Single Roll of Film

I bought my girlfriend a camera that she never used four years ago for her birthday, I seldom used it and it stayed either on a shelf or at the bottom of a suitcase. Getting the prints was like stepping back in time. It's an odd sensation having taken images over a period of years … Continue reading It Took Me Four Years to Use a Single Roll of Film

Bangkok Vice

Bangkok is as filthy as you imagine it is, and much worse, every street has a hustler, every hustler has his game and every game has it's rules, you will pay for gold and recieve dirt. Bangkok makes you feel dirty for no other reason than being inside of it, breathing it's air and seeing … Continue reading Bangkok Vice

I Used an East German Camera With a Decade Old Roll of Film

Charity shops hold lots of treasure if you're willing to find it and fortunately I once came across a beautiful camera, the Praktica MTL 3 and haven't really used it until recently after getting bored of my current DSLR, a Nikon D300 (it's just not good enough). I'm a bit of a perfectionist, so photography is my … Continue reading I Used an East German Camera With a Decade Old Roll of Film

Digital Photography Fuck Ups Are Unmistakeably Art

Getting drunk as fuck in Manchester's Northern Quarter on a Wednesday evening is generally a bad idea, most of the bars are dead and you have to face 8 hours of torture the following day questioning the meaning of existence and if the inventor of fluorescent lights had yet been brutally murdered. I plan to … Continue reading Digital Photography Fuck Ups Are Unmistakeably Art

Film Photography Fuck Ups are Unmistakeably Art

The other day I found a couple of film cannisters in a draw whose origin I had forgotten and figured I'd get them printed. My passion for photography isn't entirely newly found, I always had an interest in photography but only when I bought my DSLR did I truly understand the art-form. Before I owned … Continue reading Film Photography Fuck Ups are Unmistakeably Art

I Went to Australia’s Largest Colour Festival

Right before G20 kicked off Brisbane hosted the largest colour festival in Australia, a few people said it was the biggest in the world but Oz keeps claiming it has the largest of things and whenever I Google them it turns out to be wrong. The festival was focusing on multiculturalism with each musician coming … Continue reading I Went to Australia’s Largest Colour Festival

Byron Bay is the Artistic Equivalent of a Dog Being Sick.

Whilst living in Brisbane, every traveller that I spoke to said 'you HAVE to go Byron Bay' this may be a case of something being so hyped up that it couldn't possibly have met up with my expectations, but in all honesty I didn't know what to expect, just that there is a hippy vibe … Continue reading Byron Bay is the Artistic Equivalent of a Dog Being Sick.