Tattoo artist Axa Shireen talks to us about growing up between suburban Manchester and dangerously enchanting Afghanistan and how art has always been a driving force, steering her towards new worlds. See more here at Things and Ink
Photographs from the Recreations Series for Things and Ink Magazine are currently being exhibited at part of Identity, Portraits, Modifications and Adornment until July 7th at Into You Tattoo in Clerkenwell, London.
As 2014′s Electric Elephant Festival is almost upon us I thought I should get around to posting my favourite photo selection from 5 days at the Garden, Tisno, Croatia, July 2013. Highlights included Friday with Horse Meat Disco rocking the boat and the club that night and then Friday being the new Monday we all […]
With years of experience producing events all over Europe and a new found love of photography I became a professional photographer in 2005. My first commercial brief launched me into brand and event photography with the launch event of the Samsung phone at Abby Road Studios with Jamie Cullum. I then went on to […]
Phil Coomes at the BBC News in Pictures has been discussing photography collectives recently and with Russia in the news the MAP6 Five perspectives on Moscow was a timely project. Read the full article here on the BBC and see the work from The Windows of the World for the Moscow Project.
It’s funny how ideas come together. Having moved back to London and looking into the SE London art scene in and around Peckham and New Cross, I stumbled across Asylum as an exhibition space and thought OMG this Place would be amazing for weddings! Then realised that they had indeed started hiring the space […]
Fervour series interview wit fLIP Magazine for London Independent Photography.
The Tower Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the Moscow Project, a new exhibition by the British photography collective MAP6. Although Moscow is often talked about, it has been a place seldom visited. Its complicated politics, complex language and unstable economy have, until now, made it a difficult place to visit and photograph. […]