EDGES BREAK SKY
\\I’ve ben asked a few times how I create this work. I primarily use photos I’ve taken with my iPhone but sometimes use photos from my other cameras. I edit and mix and remix the images, creating layers and cutting sections out. Often, I never have a final image in mind but have an idea as to what original images I can throw into the mix.
\\ Check my instagram account for regular uploads on this
project ( #edgesbreaksky ).
\\ I hope you enjoy the work,
\\Below is a small selection of the original selection that was exhibited in April 2016.
Chasing Light, Dodging Shadows…
Clouds & Rocks…
My work: I tend to wander off the beaten track to find a different angle on the everyday.
The choice of subject comes from my interest in landshape and our connection to the environment. I enjoy creating images that capture the natural environment and feel I focus on images that ca
pture mood through light and composition.
Where does the name come from?
I studied Geology at University, one of the parts of the course that I loved was structural Geology. All the folds in Rocks, small scale to large scale.
Rocks get twisted and folded over time and depth, the patterns created can be quite stunning.
Where am I?
I’m based up in the Highlands of Scotland, near Tain.
Although you’ll also find me at:
What photography kit do I use?
I’m not a gear geek, I use what works for me. I have both a Nikon DSLR, a Fujifilm XT1 camera and I use my iPhone. A few lenses (Nikon, Fujifilm and some old Minolta lenses), some filters, flashes, reflectors and tripods.
Where has my work been used?
Over the last few years my work has been used in a number of papers, magazines, websites and blogs;
The Scotsman, Irish Times, The List, The Fly, DIY (This is fake DIY), Rave Child, The List, The Skinny
The New Yorker, News of the World