Assignment 1 – Environmental Portraits, ‘My Other-half’

Assignment 1 – My Other-half “Identity comes from both the observer and the observed.” – Shaun Mullins. In this project, I wanted to create environmental portraits that in some way express the different sub-identities that make up the overall character of a person.  I believe that our identity / character is not defined by oneContinue reading “Assignment 1 – Environmental Portraits, ‘My Other-half’”

Exercise 2.2 – ‘Kept from View’

In today’s world and society there are still groups of people kept from view. Some are kept out of view by others for political or economic reasons and some through our own guilt. The Homeless. The mentally ill. Modern slavery/workers bonded to an employer by a dept. Families under the poverty line / the poor.Continue reading “Exercise 2.2 – ‘Kept from View’”

Exercise 1.4 ‘An hour in the day.’

A local-man, Dennis, a car trader, 1# (from Strangers) (2020) by Shaun Mullins In this exercise, one of my subjects (Dennis) I photographed for exercise 1.1 agreed to photograph a typical hour of his day. Below are the chosen photographs from the collection that he gave me, plus two photos that I took when IContinue reading “Exercise 1.4 ‘An hour in the day.’”

The Quest for the Man on the White Donkey

The Quest for the Man on the White Donkey (2012) by Yaakov Israel Yaakov Israel, The Quest for the Man on the White Donkey, (2012) Amsterdam Schilt Publishing. An interview with Yaakov Israel Yaakov Israel works with 8×10 and 4×5 inch cameras, he prefers this format because it slows down his process and due toContinue reading “The Quest for the Man on the White Donkey”

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