Posted in May 2011

….Sunset or Sunrise?

….Sunset or Sunrise?

These shots were taken from my bedroom window using the panoramic setting on my Samsung S5230, then imported and adjusted in Adobe Photoshop. I find that these outcomes remind me of Claude Monets ‘Haystacks Snow Effect: Morning’ and ‘Sunset’ collection of paintings. Using a palette of colours and shades shared with nature to differentiate the … Continue reading

– Stuck..

These are the times that we’re livin’ in. Strugglin’ and battlin’. And there will be a time we can live in sublime watchin’ reality while we kill some time. And as they say you gotta put up with the rain, if you wanna see the rainbow, Puttin’ up with the pain, but seein’ a brighter … Continue reading

– Be Someone.

I was raised by a Queen, My father wasn’t fit to be King. But I still reign supreme, With or without the bling or the ‘ch-ching!’ It’s all about the inner for the good.. And not the outer so you can still stay ‘hood’. Fuck the street credibility, Think about your future, The necessity… ’cause … Continue reading

Don’t Mime Me…

Don’t Mime Me…

An up and coming photographer, Zara Chee-A-Kwai, asked me if I could take part in a photography shoot for her project called ‘Still’. One theme she’s put into practice was of a ‘Mime.’ Make-up was done by myself as these were only experimental practice shots. All in all, I believe this was a success, took … Continue reading

Sinister humour.. ♥

Sinister humour.. ♥

  He does have his bad sides, but I’ll have to admit, my father’s humour is well and truly one of a kind. This is his welcoming gesture into his allotment. A skull pitched on a bamboo stick planted into the ground. As always he’d ask any new comers to pick a spot they’d like … Continue reading

Thanks to Facebook…

Thanks to Facebook…

Thanks to Facebook, in January 2009 I received a private message on the social networking site from someone who claimed he was a family relative, asking if my parents were so and so, which took me by surprise as he had named my grandparents from my fathers side, which explains everything and answers my question … Continue reading

Identity Exhibition..

Identity Exhibition..

”It’s Like a Popcorn With Legs” is probably the best way to describe this, quoted by Sam Golding. This 3D sculpture produced using wax, polystyrene, steel, expanding foam and oil paint, was exhibited at the Wellcome Collection Exhibition in North West London.  ”Of course, the body also appears to be suffering from some kind of … Continue reading

Rantin’ and Ravin’…

Rantin’ and Ravin’…

I was a photographer working for a VJ company called Liminal, a London based performance group which are currently working outside the UK. This shot was taken the following morning at about 7-8am after an eventful Jump Up Drum and Bass night. The event was called ‘Mission One – The Beginning’ and held at Brixton … Continue reading