This quietly spoken gentle man was a little shy and nervous at the start of the photoshoot; which merely highlights what a bizarre occurrence these photoshoots are. Why would you place yourself in the situation whereby you are expected to disrobe for a complete stranger and expose your body, warts and all to the unforgiving gaze of today’s hyper-accurate cameras? Continue reading
We are actively encouraged to look for ways of gaining maximum exposure for our work so I am looking at competitions to submit my Concupiscence project. However I keep coming across caveats such as the following from the Paris Photo Carte Blanche competition – Continue reading
There is a strong degree of trust in the relationship between a photographer and his subject; particularly in the style of images I tend to create. Continue reading
Part of the intent for some of my work is the combating of Phallophobia (society (by which I mean the media) decrees the naked woman to be beautiful and artistic while the naked male is seen as shameful) and so I often have to mention the work Penis. Continue reading
Having brainstormed with a little research on potential layouts for my exhibition I needed to trial some ideas to see how they worked. By gathering some laser copies of various sizes I began tentatively placing them on the walls of the studio.
You would think at my age and bearing in mind the subject I am studying, that I would have learnt not to judge a book by its cover?
For a change this reviewer asked me about the project & my intent before even looking at the shots. I explained the subjects contacted me to request very personal pictures they could use in order to find some fun on the internet to scratch an itch.
After the last shoot I am again working with a man who identifies as bi/curious and in the comfort of my studio. He is currently getting a divorce, and with the freedom this and the internet give he wants to explore experiences with men. Continue reading
“Concupiscence – is an ardent, usually sensual, longing.” Continue reading
Considering I am not trained as a documentary film maker I am pleasantly surprised by the quality of the film I was able to produce for the HIVideo 2017 Event to mark World AIDS Day. Continue reading