really happy to be part of this Second Edition of PHP.
Put this poster together yesterday. It’s going to be a busy two months ahead.
I’ve been working with the Cornwall Blind Association since October photographing the various clubs available to the visually impaired community in Cornwall. Alongside this, Arts for Health have organised a series of workshops helping blind people create their own artworks, which will be exhibited alongside the photographs. The aim is that this will help to break down barriers of separation and stigma regarding who a stereotypical blind person and what they can achieve.
The exhibition will be designed to be accessible for people with visual impairments – some of the photos will be translated into 3D through a collaboration with BA(Hons) Sustainable Product Design students in the Design Studio at Falmouth University. People will be encouraged to feel the work on display and there will be audio excerpts and descriptions.
The exhibition will take place in the Spring and Steele galleries at The Poly, Falmouth, from the 24 – 31 March 2014.
I have recently been working on a publication with fellow photographer, friend and Falmouth graduate Jon ( http://jonrosselliott.tumblr.com/ ). The publication will feature themes and stories that have caught our attention.
Watch this space.
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Cartel Photos is curating a joint exhibition showcasing the photographic work of Patrick Campbell and Tom Pullen as part of an ongoing collaboration with Number 20.
The private view is on Thursday the 16th of January from 7pm.
Come and join us, we look forward to seeing you there!
Bar Number 20
20 Lower Market Street
Penryn TR10 8BG
Mike, Blind Guitar Club, Truro, Cornwall
Finally made it to the blind guitar club today. I photographed Mike in my first year at Falmouth University so was great to see him still playing. They asked me to join in, and having totally lost the ability to read written music, I ended up playing an acoustic rendition of Fall of Troy to them. That was fun. I switched up my lighting style a bit and tried a square crop and will be visiting again in two weeks to try some other stuff.
Snapshots from holidays in Romania.
An insight into Romanian healthcare: Lacramioara-the woman in the photograph works for the state-run hospital in my town Bacau.
She earns a wage about £200 monthly which is the average for employees of state-run services in Romania. The prices of food and clothing products in shops and supermarkets are equal or more expensive compared to the UK.
This is one of the reasons why government services are subject to corruption and inefficiency. The country is facing a time of transition in all social, economical and political aspects.
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Holiday snapshots from my home town, Bacau. 2013
A moment of transition in my town as in all Romanian social, economical and political landscape.
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