Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Found 2

Here's another photo found in the Aberdeen area this time courtesy of my sister.

Thought it would be good to share! Judging by the clothes I'd say it's 90's? (though I don't want to insult any one's taste in attire). Definitely family, visible resemblances. Ooh it's fun to speculate.

Contact me: if you want to claim it! Found- Chatten Place, Aberdeen within the last 3 weeks. Appears to have been run over by a car and suffered some surface damage, handwritten no. 4 on the back, size 5 x 4".

Thursday, 17 September 2009


I found these images in a 2nd hand book, "Houses of Europe" (1960s) I got from Oxfam in Aberdeen recently. I was quite intruiged and would really love to know the story behind them. Not sure why they were stashed inside this book other than to keep them flat. They are definitely hand printed as there are two copies of the image of the boy, one slightly more overexposed.

Also, I'm not sure if the drawing was copied from a book. I can't quite place the time period either, the woman's clothes seem to be 20's style, but I'm not extremely familiar with historical fashion trends, more research is required!


Monday, 31 August 2009


I will be taking part in a group exhibition, 4 BLNK WOLS, opening this Thursday 6pm at Aberdeen Arts Centre with fellow Gray's graduates Louise Emslie, Tina Hay, Callum Kellie, Kieran McCruden and Mhairi McGhee. The exhibition will run until October.

I will be presenting three new photographic works, am a bit nervous as is my first exhibition since graduation so fingers and toes crossed. Also looking forward very much to seeing everyone elses work after being a recluse for this past while!

Come and see if you are in the Aberdeen area!

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Website Launch

I've been pretty lapse of late at updating this ol' blog. Now the reason will be revealed!


I have been working on my website! And now, it's pretty much done! Hoorah.

A little bit of tweaking... You may also notice I've given the blog a bit of an overhaul. I like the white a bit better, it makes things easier to read imo.