Sunday, 27 October 2013

My Latest Adventures in Bedmo II (Streetphotography in Bedmister, Bristol)

Here are some new images from my ongoing project about Bedminster. The work documents the life of two busy high streets; Bedmister Parade and East Street.

You can view the first part of the series by clicking HERE

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Nuffield Hospital Bursary Exhibition

Images from my latest bursary with Nuffield Hospital will be on show from Thursday in Bower Ashton F block Gallery. Bursary holders will talk from 4.30 and there will be refreshments afterwards. If you like to come it would be nice to see you.

Sunday, 13 October 2013

In Common Multimedia Screening Show

Come along for our next IC-Visual Lab event In Common. We will show amazing works in the theme community.

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Looking forward to seeing you there.

Saturday, 5 October 2013

The Rise of the Dead, Bristol Zombie Walk 2012

After a long wait, finally pictures from last year are here.

Bristol Zombie Walk is one of the greatest events in Bristol. Despite its subject, it is one of the happiest gatherings in town. Zombies often start to get ready months before the event, to look as bloody and as deadly as possible. Last year saw the biggest march with nearly a thousand zombies crawling through the city center, on the last Saturday of October.

Warning: There are disturbing images in this series, please be aware of the appearance of blood and dead things.

Thursday, 12 September 2013

10 to 10 Community Photo Shoot Day

If you are in Bristol come along for our next IC-Visaul lab event next Thursday in the city center.

10 to 10 will include a Community Photo-shoot where everybody can come along and take a photograph of the area and upload it to the live archive, a mobile portrait studio by professional photographer Kirsty Mackay and a service to digitise old photographs and family albums that relate to the Old Market area by Alejandro Acin.

All activities are free.

For guidance and map of the area please come to our office 58 Old Market Street, BS2 0ER

Looking forward too seeing you there.

Friday, 5 July 2013

Temple Feeds

Now that the Temple Feeds exhibition is been closed down you can view the photographs I took for the Second Chances graduate bursary here.

My work is depicting the working life of Severn Project an urban gardening project supporting socially excluded individuals working on reclaimed disused land to grow organic vegetables. The photographs were taken during February 2013, perhaps the most miserable winter of the last few decades. I photographed two sites the Keynsham and the Bristol Meads sites. With my photographs I was aiming to show the strength of people and the pride they find in their work.

Second Chances is part of Bristol Temple Quarter commissions, coordinated by WatershedKnowle West Media Centre and MAYK, with support from Bristol City Council and Arts Council England.

Monday, 20 May 2013

The Making of Temple Feeds Street Exhibition

Some images of the making of Temple Feeds exhibition on Bath bridge, Bristol. Please note that this exhibition is no longer running.

It is me working. Photograph©Michael Gape
 Thank you Michael Gape as always
Big thank you for Sophie Rapier and Viki Saulyte
The beautiful illustration of Naomi Poppy Wilkinson

Steve Belgium from KWMC  thank you for the patience

Also owe a big thank you for Beverly Tattersfield for my intro and Sue Gape for the many ways of helping me along the way.
Without you it wouldn't be possible.

Saturday, 11 May 2013

Sisters of Sclerder on Voices from Italy Magazine

The amazing Voices from Italy Magazine has published my work Sisters of Sclereder. It is great to see that the work is gaining more international reputation.

Please visit

and have a browse on the site full of great images and works. 

Thank you for Elisabetta Cociani at Micro Photographers for contacting me.

Sunday, 28 April 2013

The Inaccessible Photographs

I have to apologise for the photographs that can't be viewed at the moment. Currently I am trying to figure out what has happened to my blog and I hope everything will be restored very soon.

I am sorry for the inconvenience. 

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Temple Feeds Teaser

is a photography work depicting the working life of people at Severn Project. Severn Project is an urban gardening project supporting socially excluded individuals working on reclaimed disused land to grow vegetables.

These photographs were taken on the Temple Meads site next to Bristol’s main railway station and in Keynsham the first site that Severn Project has developed. The piece of land at Temple Meads although originally was part of open fields have suffered heavily during the industrial revolution with all the soil pollution one can imagine from oil mills, paint makers, tar and resin distillers. The soil is now have been decontaminated and with brand new soil imported now it grows lettuce for the people of Bristol.

For this work I didn’t only document the place and people but held a few introductory photography sessions to the participants and left them with disposable cameras offering a chance to show how do they feel, what do they think about they working life and their environment.

I believe we all learned from each other during the process and the final exhibition which will be held on the Bath Bridge in May is the result of this collaboration. Here you can see a small selection of the images.

Photograph © Peter Carne
Photograph © Simon White & Peter Carne

This work is a graduate bursary from Second Chances wich is part of