Audiences and Institutions | Positions & Practice

In today’s era of social media Instagram must be the largest audience for photos and reaching an audience than any other in the history of art works. And yet its proliferation is also its downfall as a means of promoting your work as it is hard to stand out from the crowd and everyone has a camera these days. As Jurgenson notes it is more of a conversation with an audience than a means of exhibiting and the very nature and volume of the work posted on there, means it rapidly disappears down the feed never to be seen again.

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Interdisciplinary Practice | Positions & Practice

I have been increasingly exploring video and audio and incorporating them into my work flow and as a tool for expressing myself. In the last year I’ve made a couple of short mindful-based films exploring specific concepts, linked to my personal identity – namely the sea and my allotment. I’m intending to include some video and audio elements within my project on the sea – potentially voiceover and audio of interview subjects intermingled with video clips and photo imagery.

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THE POWER OF LOVE | Passion projects that inspire creativity | FujiLove Feature | London photographic artist

Whether your interest piqued by the intricate detail of flowers or the vastness of empty skies; the complexities of the human condition or interesting faces; the humour and ridiculousness of life or documenting its darker side, there’s a personal passion project to inspire and spark a creative wandering.

As a London photographic artist and family and business photographer, it’s important to keep the creativity flowing.

For me it all started with doors …

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