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Working with Calvendo a blog/interview

Last year I was contacted by Calvendo to produce a calendar of my photography. It gave me the opportunity to promote my work in a different way. It was also a lot of fun. Well worth giving a go.

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Photo montage

These two pieces were designed for the church the first being about wisdom and it shows the unwise choices humanity is making. The second shows modern day fears linked with fear of the Lord. These Next images are my designs […]

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Utterly utter, otherly other

  Skull-pain so severe I’m ready to disembody. The world shrunk to an airless site of sensation, an outcrop at the side of my head. The labour of breathing carries on. A relief when pain moves after a day or […]

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Suits You Not Me

Project to stop lecturers at Grantham College art department from having to wear a dress code November 2014 – Present These are some of the photographs that i took during the photo shoot. In this shoot i had 6 models, […]

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My Style My Way

My Artistic journey, getting to know myself, why i make art, who influences my art and what makes my style.

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PICTURED #36: Andy Sewell, Something Like a Nest

Andy Sewell’s self published Something like a Nest reveals the unique yet odd appearance of the English countryside when it comes up against modern life. Tim Clark celebrates the book’s quiet sophistication in the first PICTURED column of 2015.

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Wavering&wariness

End of year questioning time! Every post was a wrestle, a delving deep, and yet hardly more than a touching of fingertips to an important topic. I ask myself: what have I learnt, truly understood, communicated? If my focus was […]

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Seasons of the Fall

I should know better by now. Every time I finish a post I feel sure about the next one, which will follow on directly and be faster&easier to write. Ha! And every time I find I bob in dark, cold […]

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Sideways glances, edgeways stances

So glad to say my hands have much of their mojo back. Coffee gets poured into cups and not next to, I can hold and not drop, and crocheting is a natural part of my (still mostly supine) day again. […]

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PICTURED #35: Alberto Lizaralde, everything will be ok

Alberto Lizaralde’s self-published book, everything will be ok, is an intensely private journey through grief, hope and recovery. Nominated for this year’s Paris Photo Aperture Foundation First Book Award and co-edited by celebrated photographer Cristina De Middel, it’s quickly turning heads – Tim Clark’s included.

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Cuffs and collars and a halo of night

Flounce ruffle furbelow frill – the words loll on my tongue, adornments, embellishments, extra. Sewn on cuffs and collars they add a flourish, soften, feminise; without context though the fabric of certain terms is liable to change, will suddenly carry […]

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Ch, Ch, Ch, Changes…………..

So this week has been a bit of a manic one for me….mostly through my own doing. In my attempt to bring one of the ideas for my MA series to fruition I started yapping to people on twitter last […]

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Epiphany

Firstly I would like to start by saying that my husband thinks that I use that word far too much.  But I do feel that it is warranted.  Whilst doing a lot of reading for the research part of my […]

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Gifted? charged? challenged?

A couple of weeks ago I bought a second-hand crochet piece on-line, half bib, half collar. I wanted to add it to my small collection of outfits&objects that help me explore, call into, fall into, the time my dad was a […]

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