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It has been quite some time since I updated the website. I had been putting most images on facebook, but it was important to also refresh the website since I have been publishing many new works over the past months.

After completing my further studies, there was a gap in my motivation and creativity. Since the end of last year, I have however found a new energy and inspiration to push the boundaries. I have been working in many directions, starting with an evolution of the Soul Searching Series. It has been my favourite project for many years, and I am glad to have found the inspiration to give it a new lease of life.

 Some other projects were also updated with new images, including Portraits of Architecture and 7,000,000,000:1

I have added one of the exhibitions I most enjoyed working on, which was the Improvised Moves Exhibition (2015). I have included some images which were not in the exhibition itself.

Finally, I have added my latest project - the Dreamchaser Series. This is a project I have been working on for the past months. It has evolved and grown, and so have I through it. This is a project which is marking a new evolution in my work, and I look forward to see where it will take me.

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     Pixels.com PIXELS

 

Some of my prints are now available for sale worldwide on Fine Art America and Pixels.com. I will be adding more prints over time. The website will allow you to choose the print size, medium, framing, etc. The can be shipped anywhere.

To see and purchase the works, just follow this link.

 

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I have recently had the honour of publishing an academic paper on the Antae Journal. Below is the abstract and a link to the page on Academia.edu where you can find the paper.

 

Portraiture - Finding the Valid Fragment

The paper deals with the concepts of fragmentation and reconstruction in the field of portraiture. Taking a portrait as a large fragment of information, we look into ways in which it can be optimised and reduced such that it remains valid but becomes more efficient. The paper commences by exploring the concept of the fragment from various facets, including historically, especially from the modernist point of view, and goes forth to investigate various techniques from practices both adjunct and outside of the field of art in order to inform the portraiture process itself on how information can be collected, optimised and presented to the viewer.

Publication Date: Jun 2014

Publication Name: Antae Journal

Research Interests:
Creative Writing, Critical Theory, Visual Studies, Photographs, Portraits, Art History, Self and Identity, Art, Romanticism, Photography, Literature, Digital Photography, Contemporary Art, Modern Art, Visual perception, Art and Science, Photography Theory, Portraiture, History of Art, Modernism (Art History), Philosophy of Photography, Modernism, History of photography, Fine Art Photography, NLP, Visual Arts, Photography (Visual Studies), Fine Arts, Identity, Memory, Visual Art, Post-modernism, Fine Art, Criminal profiling, and Fragmentation
 

 

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I have now had the EM-1 for a few months, however this is the first time I've shot a wedding with it. I found the camera to be versatile, nicely responsive and performing well in low light. The images I shot were without flash and at quite low speeds. The image stabilisation definitely works well! Overall I'm very happy with the camera's performance and will certainly keep using it for commercial work. All images may be found in the wedding collection. Some images are below.

 

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It has been a couple of months now since I've switched entirely to Micro Four-Thirds with the OM-D EM-1. I cannot say that I am disappointed in any way. It's solid, light and has amazing image quality for the sensor size. I'd say that the quality is indistinguishable to me from my work with the D700. I have never used a D800, and I am quite sure the quality on that camera is mind-blowing but I've never had the need for 36-MPix - not up to the sizes I print anyway, and the advantages in size, versatility and silent operation are certainly not to be ignored.

 

As some of you will know, my recent work has mostly centred around nature abstracts, and I have found some great advantages in the EM-1 that were hard to come by with the DSLRs. First off the live bulb function allows me to compose my images more accurately during long exposures, particularly at night with multi-second exposures. The ability to use the screen for this also allows me for more freedom of movement which makes the work even more daring, if I may use that word. I have already seen some evolution in my style using the OM-D, and I hope this will continue as I become more acquainted with this little gem.

 

Below are a few images that have until now emerged from my work with the EM-1. To view the entire Abstract galleries, see the Soul Searching and  Recomposition series.

 

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