Archival quality digital pigment prints - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a pdf of available images, edition sizes and prices.
Limited edition archival quality pigment prints (using conventional inks) on Hahnemuhle. These are images of works that were originally made using compostable cornstarch, vegetable dyes from food waste, food colouring and silk. The dyes included onion skins, pomegranate skins, avocado skins and stones, herbs, carrot tops, tea and the outer leaves of red cabbage.
Lockdown Diary prints (pigment prints on Hahnemuhle). Images of kitchen waste on the way to compost. This ongoing diary was begun during Covid 19 lockdown in the UK, and shows vegetable trimmings from a vegetable box, onion skins from a rescue box from the local market when it reopened, flowers from a funeral when they couldn't be given away.
Images of work in the Outer Hebrides
Images of work in various locations including the Outer Hebrides, the Small Isles of Scotland, South Wales, and Dungeness. Also images of works originally made on plastic and then exposed to the landscape in various locations (including Hackney Wick and the Outer Hebrides)