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Size: 23.39"W x 16.54"H x 1.97"D
Year Created: 2017
Ready to Hang
Images from my Time Stands Still project, now running into its 11th year of shooting and drawing near to a close.
Intimate candid portraits shot in home locations with a range of unique models and people I have crossed paths with in life.
Limited editions of 10 prints per image, signed and numbered on the back.
Printed with K3 pigment inks and full hardware calibration onto Epson archival Enhanced Matte paper and then framed in a mountless deep box frame, gallery sealed and ready to hang.
All of my models receive a 10% commission on sales of their images to support their lives.
I am a long photographer based in Brixton, London. My work initially started out in the EU festival circuit as a crowd and stage photographer, I rapidly gained a large portfolio and earned a name for my candid portrait work across a huge number of events. Over the years my work progressed into more stylised imagery focusing on female art nudes which has now been my main focus for over ten years. Whilst my main focus is on what I am best known for, nudes, I also shoot frequently in my day to day life, especially on the rare occasions I travel. As a photographer I have also established my own small print lab with a large format K3 archival standard printer, all of my work is now printed and proofed by myself with fully hardware calibrated equipment. Whilst my main portfolio and projects are generally editions of 10 I have recently moved onto ensuring that each piece I create is a single edition image, when one of my images shows as a single edition it literally means this will be the only one owned by anyone. I am happy to take commissions and discuss custom work that will fit in with my established skill set, I am also more that happy to offer my printing services out to other photographers and artists.