The third image in 'Daughter Of Woman' series is finished! Husband Of Woman I love the patterns and colours in this image and the contrast between the two. The lightbulb is original, only cut out and not warped or anything. I hunted down all these unusually shaped lightbulbs in the series. The wallpaper is a… Continue reading Husband Of Woman
My ‘Daugter Of Woman’ series is the first time I have created work to sell as a limited edition series. Wife Of Woman - 20x20cm Limited Edition Giclee print - Artist Proof So I had to do some research on how to work with limited editions and what mine would look like. Things to consider… Continue reading Selling limited edition prints
Creating believable shadows in Photoshop is something that elevates composite photography. It is something I have found SO hard, over the years. I have tried different methods, all gleaned from YouTube and gathered a couple of go-to strategies. The same strategy doesn't always work for every image. Curves and select and mask Select the area… Continue reading Creating shadows in Photoshop
To create my images, I deconstruct my original idea into a number of individual images. Then I capture those images on camera whenever possible. I prefer to use my own images. But if an idea requires an image I can’t capture, then I use stock photo sites. Unsplash and Pixabay offer some good quality free… Continue reading How I create my fine art photos
A body in a pink, floral shirt has a lightbulb instead of a head, inside the the lightbulb is a pink rose.
I loved fairy stories when I was a child: Enchanted worlds filled with magic; the battle between good and evil; places where anything was possible and my imagination could run free. I read every fairy story ever written - quite a claim I know - but I'm sure I did. I went through phase of… Continue reading Fairy stories
I love books: old ones; new ones; fact; fiction. I love the smell of books and the way they feel. My shelves are full of books. Some I’ve read many times, some I'm waiting to read, some books I may never read, but I want to have them anyway. We are surrounded by narratives. Stories… Continue reading The Art of Story Telling
Life has changed so much in the past few months, my days are hardly recognisable. We had a new addition to our family, becoming a party of 4 🙂 I spent a fortnight in hospital with what doctors think is Chron's disease and have been back home recovering since then. The UK went on lockdown… Continue reading Life with lockdown, a baby and illness