During the month of May I have been exchanging drawings, text and photos with my friend and Dublin based artist Theresa Nanigian. As part of coping with the lock down due to Covid 19 we have struck up a daily routine and posting work on Padlet. We are creating a visual diary together with observations, … Continued
Well it’s now the sixth week since lock down began. Since then I have some drawings which I sent to Joss in France for the open gardens weekend in June where she showcases artists work. It is a popular annual event. The drawings I sent had a coronavirus theme. I have also started a WhatsApp … Continued
Currently woking from home as we are in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis. Hoping everyone keeps safe and get through this! A few photos of quiet roads and empty bus passing by.
Walking through the city centre on a wet and foggy evening in January and stopped to take a photo of the Cathedral.
In January I went on a photo shoot with the We All take Photos group around the Digbeth area of Birmingham. Photos taken mainly around the Custard Factory area and Eastside. Also I took photos around the Snow Hill area of the city .
My exhibition at Galerie Mayci opens 9th January 2020 -2nd April 2020. There will be a selection of photographs from my Wholesale Food Markets series.
On 29th December I went for a photo walk around Birmingham City Centre with the WASP photo group. Below is a selection of photos.
During September I visited London with the We All Shoot Photos photography group for the Open Heritage weekend and took photos at the Wilford Theatre, historic boats moored near Tower Bridge, The River Police Museum in Wapping, the Tower Hamlets Cemetery and the Hindu Temple in Neasden. It was great walking around some of London’s … Continued
Last week I spent a week in Letterkenny, County Donegal. First time in the North West of Ireland and I must say I had a great time. I also visited Donegal Town, Killibegs, Glenveagh National Park and the Farad Lighthouse. Magnificent scenery, nice people and mixed weather what is there not to like about Donegal. … Continued