Jameson Brothers
       
     
       
     
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Collaboration with American Iranian Artist Darvish Fakhr
       
     
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Jameson Brothers
       
     
Jameson Brothers

A family portrait of these super stylish brothers - shot at Castle St sports bar in Brighton - a little bit Nick Kamen / Levi's circa 1985, and a deferential bow to Hopper.


       
     

A portrait of Madame Alice De Borgher
       
     
A portrait of Madame Alice De Borgher

A small selection of images taken from my series of portraits of Madame Alice De Borgher.

I met Alice a couple of years ago, she lives above my parent in-laws in Porte de-Clingnancourt, Paris – Alice is 98 and still very much involved with her local community and very passionately politically engaged - she’s lived through World War II and was part of the French resistance in Lille - of which she has countless incredible stories to tell, many of which I have documented in short documentary that will eventually sit alongside the photographs.

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Collaboration with American Iranian Artist Darvish Fakhr
       
     
Collaboration with American Iranian Artist Darvish Fakhr

Darvish

“By moving through space with a detailed alertness to innate movements and its fluid like properties, I am able to deeply feel each moment as it passes through me.

And by moving slowly in a public space, I am offering a gentle alternative to the repetition of our inherited cultural pace.

I am an urban dervish, slow Sufi superhero, here to protect against the dangers of rushing through life.”

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KIPPLE
       
     
KIPPLE

For the Phoenix Gallery Open Studios I shot a mini series of portraits that was originally to be based on the world ‘KIpple’ “useless objects that reproduce themselves when nobody’s around” (a word coined by Philip K Dick) instead it ended up being a series of around 60 anonymous portraits of hands, with items that either meant something to that person or just the contents of their pockets. The resulting images offer a small window into their habits, likes, tastes and quirks..

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