OCTOBER NEWS: Really pleased and proud to have two of my images selected by the judges, Thornston Moore and Anne Bourgeois-Vignon, to be shown as part of Night Contact screening during this year Brighton Photo Biennial. The event will take place on Saturday, the 18th of October, location: Jubilee Square Brighton, time: 6pm - 11pm.

During the Brighton Biennial was very honoured to participate in Brighton ArtsForum Feedback Circle, my session facilitated  by Simon C. Roberts and Allan Grainger.

JULY NEWS: Straybooksfest has been a definite highlight of my June, with three absolutely wonderful days dedicated to photobooks and people who make them, while both Adventitious and Kievbound have now officially joined the Zines of the Zone travelling library.

And if you are in London this week-end do check the Copeland Book Market (July 25-27, 2014) where Antler Press is represented by Trolley Books. And the stuff I have not advertised here but should have advertised was a networking event organized on the 17th of July by Inovi and gallery Number 57 in South East London. I was invited to make a short presentation about my work and current projects and I was very much blown away by some of the extremely talented people presenting the same night, links to their work can be found by hovering over the presenters' names in the event link provided earlier, or by clicking here.
After a short summer break Inovi resume their monthly events in September so it is definitely worth subscribing to their newsletter if you are an artist working in the South East or would like to follow the work of the artists working in the area.

MAY NEWS: Pleased to say that you can now see my work as part of the West London Collective show at the W3 Gallery (nearest overground station: Acton Central). The exhibition opened yesterday and will run until Sunday 1st of June 2014. You can find the gallery on Facebook if you'd like to check for further event announcements and gallery opening times.

DECEMBER 2013: Proud to be part of the ARTEFACTS, a group show featuring the work of Tim Bradshaw, Carolyn Chapman, Jolanta Dolewska, Jonathan Duckworth, Sebastian Edge, Gabriel Vigo, Vish and Tereza Zelenkova, organized by the North London Darkroom.

The exhibition pays homage to the beauty and processes of black and white analogue photography and darkroom printing techniques. The eight photographers in Artefacts have different working methods and pictorial modes, ranging from abstract to representational, but all share a concern with the creation of an object of a tactile nature. 

Artefacts inaugurates the North London Darkroom public programme of annual exhibitions. My work is exhibited together with the winning pictures from the North London Darkroom Black and White Photo Contest, together with the works of Miisha Ayana, Jessica Jane Charleston, Toby Deveson, Benjamin Ellsworth, Kathryn Faulkner, Teresa Manero, and Stephanie Rose Wood.

The exhibition is on 6 - 12, December 2013 / 10am-6pm. Held at The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ.

DECEMBER 2012 - JANUARY 2013:  CHRISTMAS POP-UP EXHIBITION: Affordable Art At The Brick Lane Gallery. The Christmas party and opening night, Wednesday 12 December 6-8.30 pm.

OCTOBER 2012: Big thank you to everyone who attended BrightonArtsFORUM 2.0 this month. Here are a few pictures for those who did not make it. Make haste if you can, there are quite a few good shows to see before Brighton Photo Fringe closes this year!

It has been a great experience, my sincere gratitute goes to the organizers, Vanessa Jones and Beatrice Haverich. Thank you for supporting Motion and Silence since the very first steps of the project.

Participation in The Feedback Circle two days ago was an extremely productive experience, where I had the pleasure to present the zine Adventitious, co-edited with Portuguese photographer Carlos Cancela Pinto. You can read about the upcoming Vol. 1 by clicking here. Looking forward to working on the issue! You may follow our progress on Tumblr as well as on Facebook.

Motion and Silence show at The Lakeside Theatre, Jan. 30 - March, 25, 2012

Thank you to everyone who has attended the exhibition at The Lakeside Theatre, University of Essex. I hope you have enjoyed the experience as much as I have enjoyed working on this project. I would like to voice a very special appreciation to Pasco Q Kevlin for supporting its development.

Brighton ArtsFORUM, Nov. 24, 2011 

I am very grateful to the organisers and the audiences for the last night's warm reception of my ongoing long-term photographic project Motion and Silence at the ArtsFORUM.

Apart from receiving extremely valuable feedback and suggestions on my current work, I have also very much enjoyed the evening as an audience member having an opportunity to listen to the talk of my fellow presenter Amelia Shepherd talking about her Female Fighters documentary project.

I am really looking forward to further developing my project, my energies boosted by the creative and positive energy of this wonderful event.

Exposure37 Exhibition Preview Night at Slack Space Colchester, Sept. 16, 2011

Please, click on the image on the right to view the entire album on Facebook.

Finding Lost Time show at Edge Hill University, Liverpool

Today, Friday April 15, 2011, has been the final day of Finding Lost Time exhibition at Edge Hill University, Liverpool. 

Our next confirmed show is scheduled for autumn and will take place in Bootle Town Hall.
However, please, follow us on the web as  the project is constantly in progress and we are working on new events to precede the Bootle show.

Finding Lost Time on Facebook

Finding Lost Time Book

Photographs from the Private View (Apr 5, 2011) courtesy of Richard Dooley.

"1956 and ever after" at the Digby Gallery, Mercury Theatre

Thank you everyone who attended (or supported online!) the Private View held at the Digby Gallery this Saturday, April 9th, 2011. 

Please, note that the exhibition is up until the 25th of April, so there is still plenty of time to check it out if you are currently away, enjoying the sun and having a great vacation. I am planning to add a page soon dedicated to the exhibition. It will contain pre-show documentation, view of the gallery space, reportage shots from the preview as well as feature Hugh Cameron Leonard Govan's review, a hard copy of which is available at the space. I am very grateful for all the warm support and feedback I have received. This has been a wonderful experience.

Botanic Gardens Museum Exhibition, Southport 

Finding Lost Time - The Video by fellow photographer Francesc Gali, who has documented his trip to Finding Lost Time, Southport, opening (Jan 29, 2011).

Slack Space Exhibition - "Potential"

05 Jan - 22 Jan 2011
11:00 - 18:00 Wed - Sat
slack space colchester
st james house,
queen street CO1 2PQ

Featuring work by:
ted downer
sarah barber
jane ostler
mariya ustymenko
carmen white
jonathan rhys-lewis
rhoda gradley
claudia boese
kathie ford
liz morton
paula macgregor
Diane Archer
Christina Sabberton
Jacqui Jones

I am pleased to announce three confirmed shows for the upcoming 2011:

First show will take place in Sefton Botanic Gardens Museum and will run between 29th Jan 2011 - 20th Feb 2011 as part of the Finding Lost Time project.

Second show is a solo exhibition at the Digby Gallery at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester, scheduled for 6th Apr 2011 - 25th April 2011. Private View to be held on the 9th of Apr 2011 11.30am - 1.30pm.

Third show will be held at Bootle Town Hall Ballroom as part of the Finding Lost Time exhibition schedule, running between 17th  Oct - 11th Nov 2011.

Slack Space - FP1 private view

Big thank you to everyone who attended the exhibition.

Watch out for new updates soon.  

Exhibition dates: January 27th – February 7th 2010 
Slack Space Colchester, 33 Long Wyre Street 
Colchester CO1 1LJ 
Open Wed 3 – 9, Thur – Sat 12 – 6, Sun 12 – 4.30