Police Action Big Prints in the Atrium at Nottingham Trent University
These were made using the ’tiling’ function and then outputted from a photocopier at A3 size.
Part of a project for my MA.
Video shot using Nikon D300s

I added some more to the walls of horror exhibition today. Smaller sizes this time, just checking out what worksImage

Work in the Atrium of the Bonington Building @ Nottingham Trent University. A set for my MA tutorial on trying to be scary. Both by content and doin’ it large ….


My piccys in Bonington #NTU #Nottingham

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from 1st – 10th April 2014

6×6 A3 size ’tile’ printed onto 160gm photocopy paper.

Public order policing has led to a vast increase in surveillance, which I why I made this selection.










“Modern intelligence-led policing is a fully-fledged business model that collects large volumes of data from various sources, and carries out sophisticated network analysis. It creates personal profiles, maps networks, associations and connections, and predicts how individuals and groups will act. This does not aim merely to detect, investigate and prosecute offences, but to prevent unwanted events and activities from occurring in the first place. Disruption and deterrence sit at the heart of ‘intelligence-led’ policing.”



If you have nothing to hide
…… you have nothing to fear.

Yea right !!!


I had originally put pictures up in the Atrium firstly, to get an appreciation of work this size in the space. Also, to examine the appearance and size of the half-tone dots and to be available for criticism in the tutorial with Katja today. I was originally planning to take it down directly after this.

However, I noticed quite a number of people checking it out and had a fair few complimentary comments. Having also advertised it on photography and other facebook groups I noted a number of favourable comments and email.

With this in mind, I approached the Gallery Manager who offered me the space until the next show on the 10th April. The school administration made the booking officially. I am grateful for the opportunity to display in such a central location within the university.

Nottingham Trent university : MA Photography – Some current projects


Afro-Caribbean Carnival, Nottingham [Slideshow 3:23sec]

NTU Ratcliffe Action


NTU MET Police Big Tile

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NTU Afro-Caribbean Carnival


NTU Chinese New Year

Photography // New exhibition featuring Tom Hunter celebrates 90′s festival spirit and life on the road

Andrew Gaston, Czechno low res

A new exhibition at London College of Communication, featuring photographers Tom Hunter and Dave Fawcett, and filmmaker Andrew Gaston, conjures the countercultural spirit of young travelling communities in the 1990’s.

Opening on Wednesday 5 February 2014, Life on the Road captures a remarkable moment in time, in the 1990s, when young people travelled around Europe in a variety of vehicles adapted as homes, forming transitory communities based around festivals, music and a shared rejection of the increasingly consumerist values of Western society.

Travelling in decommissioned buses and vans, these new explorers constructed a vision of a kind of utopia, which is now embedded in our collective memory of the 1990s. From Hunter’s documentary of everyday life on the road, to Fawcett’s meticulous record of traveller buses, and Gaston’s elegiac footage of parties, this exhibition, which is an integral part of LCC Green Week, is both celebration and memorial.

‘Life on the Road’
Opening Party: Wednesday 5 February 2014 6–9pm
Exhibition Open: 6 – 26 February 2014, 10am – 5pm (closed Sunday)
Venue: Upper Street Gallery, London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle SE1 6SB

At the Opening Party Tom Hunter will be signing copies of his book Le Crowbar published by Here Press. Copies of Dave Fawcett’s publication Traveller Homes will also be on sale. 

Win a copy of Tom Hunter’s book Le Crowbar and more in our Instagram competition starting on Friday. Follow @LCCLondon for more details.

Just messing and testing really………

Go-Pro and Tablet

Allotment from a pole 1

Allotment from a pole 2

Borrowed a Go-Pro Hero 3 from uni. So, having got it paired to my tablet, I stuck the Go-Pro on a very long pole and stuck it up in the air. Looking on the tablet, could see how to twizzle it about to frame up.

Recorded at 1080 and 24FPS

Allotment gopro 1

Allotment gopro 2