SEPTEMBER NEWS: I am very excited to announce that my new project titled Fear of Disappearance has been awarded Grants for the Arts research and development funding by Arts Council England

Fear of Disappearance  sets out to explore the notion of identity in relation to urban landscape, produced as a technically challenging book-object that will encompass elements of photography, sculpture, and print. 

Hosted by bookRoom Farnham, with additional mentorship by AKINA, it will run from September 2014 until the end of the following year, accompanied by a series of public events.

The new photographic work-in-progress associated with the project will be first shown as part of the group exhibition titled State of Origin at Unit24 Gallery London. The exhibition will run between the 13th of November and the 9th of December this year.

I am also very pleased to draw your attention to the news that the US-based indie publishers Empty Strech are currently taking over a space in Brooklyn for the month of September. One of my prints will be exhibited and sold as part of their Hell & Gone event: Perfect Wasn't Bad Part 2 taking place on September the 20th. Further information about the event, its time and location, can be found by following the Facebook link below.

Back in London, five of my works from Motion and Silence series will be displayed as part of the Third Annual Photography Exhibition at the TriSpace Gallery titled More Than One Point In Space. The show will run from the 7th until the 11th of November. Opening night: November 6, 2014. Hope to see you there if you are in town.