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04 Oct 2021

THE IRK VALLEY, MANCHESTER

SHOCK CITY A feature written for the second edition of Shock City, whilst working on my project, “Dark Days, Luminous Nights” for the Manchester Collective. I was originally going to write about one of the many walks I’d taken during the first lockdown, journeys often over10 miles that either led me into unexpected spaces, or that reconnected me with old ways not taken for far too long. I was going to talk of encountering the disused Mather and Platt foundry […]

17 Sep 2021

PHOTOGRAPHY DAILY PODCAST

I’ve been interviewed for the Photography Daily podcast, in which I talk about the origins of NQL, and the various things that inspire my ways of working. I like doing interviews, as it’s like a form of therapy, and you can empty your head of all the elements clouding your mind. LISTEN HERE

14 May 2021

DARK DAYS, LUMINOUS NIGHTS – NEW DATES

  3RD-10TH JUNE, THE WHITE HOTEL, SALFORD New dates have been released for ‘Dark Days, Luminous Nights’, my project in collaboration with Manchester Collective and the movement artist Blackhaine. The postponed event in January quickly sold out, extra time slots have been added. The immersive event at The White Hotel, Salford, will consist of photographs aswell as a film I wrote and directed, to illustrate the music recorded by Manchester Collective, featuring work by Bartok, Kilar and Edmund Finnis. For […]

09 Dec 2020

DARK DAYS, LUMINOUS NIGHTS

DARK DAYS, LUMINOUS NIGHTS THE WHITE HOTEL, SALFORD 3rd-10th June, 2021 NEW DATES… It’s 2021. Manchester. Gleaming apartments rise up over the ancient river Irk, and under the prime real estate of Angel Meadow, 40,000 bodies are buried. Cities change. In their most ambitious collaborative project to date, Manchester Collective re-imagine the live experience for a volatile new age. Inspired by a journey along a ruined waterway and premiering in mid-winter at The White Hotel in Salford, ‘Dark Days, Luminous […]

09 Sep 2018
Gloucester New England at dusk, looking towards the tower of the city hall

GLOUCESTER, NEW ENGLAND – DUSK

TRASK STREET, GLOUCESTER, NEW ENGLAND – DUSK Where does the sense of the familiar lie within us? It certainly exists within our fingertips, nostrils, eyes and ears, traveling along our bloodstream to these extremities like salmon returning to spawn. It feels as if we are sometimes betrayed by this physical process when experiencing things for which we have the same vocabulary, but which are not the same. And we may also, when confronting a world that is subtle in its […]

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