My short film ‘Procession’ has been shortlisted in the photography and video category for the Signature Art Prize. The winners will be announced on the 13th February. The finalists will be on show at the Bankside Hotel in Central London from mid February to the end of March.
In 2019, my video 14,000 metal boxes was shown at The Holden Gallery in Manchester as part of the John Ruskin Prize, finalists exhibition. The same film was also screened at the Small Axe Film Festival.
I have started to explore infrared photography and video capture on a smartphone. The native camera is unable to see true infrared so a clip on attachment is needed which bypasses the built in camera to reveal a strange new world. I have attached some recent test shots but looking forward to exploring this further over the next few weeks. It would make an interesting component of future smartphone photography talks and workshops. Watch this space.
Cheney Court near Bath as seen in infrared on smartphone
Infrared image taken with smartphone of wheel showing heat (red) from brake discs.
My short film ‘14,000 metal boxes’ has been screened to UK audiences, both North and South in July. It is showing as part of The Agents of Change exhibition at The Holden Gallery, in Manchester along with 40 other finalists of The John Ruskin Prize and this week, it appeared at the Small Axe Film Festival in Dorset. It can be seen until the end of August at The Holden Gallery but if you can’t view it on the large screen you can still view it online below.
Vintage cinema bus, venue for Small Axe Film Festival
Screening on the vintage cinema bus at The Small Axe Film Festival
Agents of Change, John Ruskin Prize 2019, Holden Gallery, Manchester
‘14,000 boxes’ showing at John Ruskin Prize, Manchester
My video ‘14,000 metal boxes’ has been shortlisted for the Small Axe Film Festival. The public screenings of all shortlisted films takes place in a vintage mobile cinema bus! http://smallaxe.radicalfilm.org.uk