A bullet-point list to help with the structure of my Critical Review of Practice – Continue reading
Last shoot before the exhibition.
“You could say it’s for my own selfish gains but it helps me…it stops me wanting someone else…” Continue reading
Again I find myself in the awkward position of having a group of images from a shoot but do not have formal permission from the subject to use them. Continue reading
This is the first subject under the age of 50, yet his experiences and outlook on sexuality seem to reflect and reconfirm those of an older generation. 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.
During the portfolio reviews at the IOP Symposium I was asked whether any of my project images were on Instagram. Continue reading
I don’t know whether this man’s quietness was simply his character or down to nerves. As always I do everything I can to be chatty and friendly and calming and he later reassured me that he enjoyed the evening. Continue reading
“I enjoyed the experience it was quite cathartic.” Continue reading
I feel the best means for dissemination of the final(ish) body of work will be in several phases and methods.
Slightly different opinions from this review. Where the clinic liked the close-ups & b&w this reviewer preferred the colour tones and full body shots & had a distinct dislike of the images that showed the male manhood. Continue reading