UK

Museum of Childhood

On Saturday morning I did a zine workshop for the Brighton Popular Education Collective who run a day of free classes and lectures on things like bike mechanics, sewing and local history one day a month. It was the same workshop I've done loads of times, and it always seems to go down well. This time I had both a lady in her 50s and a very enthusiastic boy of about 7 there.... Read More...

Tea & Sympathy

Earlier today me & Vicky planned to go to an Alice Tea Party that was advertised in a vintage clothes shop. We dressed up Alice style, her in a grey dress with a bow and white tights with black ballet shoes, and me with a chequred skirt, silver and black stripy jumper, and silver ballet shoes. We got there and the "tea party" turned out to be a shop assistant on a small table with some styrofoam cups of tea. Very disappointing... Read More...

Pier Kaleidoscope

A couple of weeks ago I took my cheesy 70s kaleidoscope filter to the pier. I didn't really get the shots I wanted, and I dropped my lens cap between the slats, but I managed to get a few ok shots.... Read More...

Hazy Sea

I went for a walk along the beach whilst waiting to meet up with my cousin, who's just moved to Brighton. There was a haze on the sea that day, and the pier looked like it was floating on nothing. I never get tired of photographing the seafront.... Read More...

A wander along the beach

One of my New Year's Resolutions was to trawl back through forgotten photos on my hard drive/negatives folder and post-process them. This was one of the first untouched folders I found. Back in September, I went for a walk along the beach along Hove Lawns, right up to Portslade. It was a beautiful day, and there was hardly anyone about, because it was the middle of the week, and the tourist season had pretty much finished.... Read More...