So, I spent a total of 14 hours perfecting a hang of ‘equals’ work in the UCS Waterfront building over the weekend and Monday this week only to have my work blocked by an Oxfam display then a midwife team going for a record and now to top it all a bloody Christmas tree plonked […]
2013 has been a very busy year for a small group of enthusiastic students on my BA (Hons) Photography course. The original idea to hang some work outside of Uni came from Mel Belton in the first year but general apathy prevailed. Mel persisted however and in January this year we got together to try […]
The technician at UCS had a busy Wednesday last week whilst I was attending the Agile Business Conference in London. I had queued up 22 5×4 negatives plus countless rolls of 220, 120 and 35mm films over the last month and it has taken a weekend interspersed with research work to process them. Some of […]
This has not been a good week for me. Coming down from an exhaustive but rewarding event as part of equals=ephemera to slump into post-admistrative treacle and a home without a dog that seemed to be very much bigger than he was, I needed to find something positive to do and when I finally got […]
This has been a roller coaster of of a journey these last 4 months and indeed these last 13 years. Four months of equals exhibiting work in three locations came to an end on Saturday after a hectic last day of our ‘ephemera’ event in Ipswich Town Hall as part of the inaugural Recreate Ipswich […]
equals=ephemera’s penultimate day resulted in some interesting visitors and results. A day that started with having our dog Sam put down after living with us for 13 years had to have some positive results and a few are shown here. Let’s hope tomorrow will bring lots of people into our studios at Ipswich Town Hall.
Saturday, as expected, was the busiest day of our first week in Gallery 3 at Ipswich Town Hall. We started off with a continuation of large format photographic techniques and created a new Rembrandt lighting arrangement in the low key studio using barn doors and snoots with honeycomb grids to control the lighting. The lighting […]