I never know how to start a blog post when I it is about something I found exciting, I’d start it with a scream but I am sure that would get annoying. Yesterday I worked for a band called Jukebox Monkey, who i’d previously worked with before on an album cover shoot on Dungeness beach … More Album Release Shoot (28/04/17)
This is my fourth day spent on this particular wedding, and being a freelancer when it comes to costs in the future, I would have to take this time spent into consideration when coming up with the price list. Travel and expenses will need to be included as well as the hours on the day … More W&V Wedding continued:
Today I knew what to expect and felt much more confident going into it. It started the same again at All Saints first, we began by preparing the room and setting up the equipment. This time round we were using electrical equipment (the glue guns) and we had to make sure the wires weren’t going … More ArtsMark Assistant (25/04/17)
These are some of the edited photos from William and Valerie’s wedding. They are currently on their honey moon now, so I will use this time to continue editing photos. My process of editing went like this: tag photos with colours (red for no good, green for favourites and yellow for maybes) > go through … More William and Valerie’s Wedding (final photos)
Getting work as a freelancer, with not much previous experience is extremely difficult without contacting friends and family first. This is exactly what I did, I asked if they knew of anyone who would need a photographer for any events etc. I gave them my contact details and a link to some of my work. … More Photographing a Wedding (22/04/17)
Today was my first day of work experience with Sioux Petto, I wasn’t particularly nervous or anxious like I expected I would be, but I think this is because I’ve worked with Sioux before, and I knew that I’d be looked after, and we get on well. I was picked up on route to the … More 18th April 2017
My notes and ramblings: No idea. Anywhere at the minute. Down the drain perhaps? Uhm I don’t know, I don’t think I would thrive being hired as a photographer, and then taking photos to someone else’s liking? I think I would be capable of it, but like I have said earlier I like making stories, … More Where do you see your career heading?
Miscellaneous? Is archive a genre? Witches? Zombies? Abandoned buildings? Diaries? Nature? People? Skulls? Flowers? The work that I have produced covers a huge spectrum of genres. I don’t think I can categorise my work, not easily anyway. People and places pop up quite a bit, but I haven’t made huge fields of study in these … More Where does your work sit in terms of genre and the creative industries?
(consider both practical elements and contextual), in other words what stages do you tend to go through to develop, realise and communicate ideas? Is there a pattern to your process? When it comes to approaching a new unit, I first start with so many different ideas buzzing around, so I begin by jotting these all … More What approaches do you take to developing your work?
My contextual studies were quite restricted in the first year, we were given someone to research, and how to research them and that was that, then it was widened where we could branch out and find our own photographers to research, then in the second year (and end of the first) I pushed this further … More What is the link between your theoretical work and choice of research and your practice?