Sunday, 5 August 2012

Lori Nix

 " I am often asked questions about the inspiration for my work as well as my working process. As a ‘non-traditional’ photographer (I construct my subject matter rather than go find it) people find it hard to grasp what exactly it is that I do. And the fact that it is all done in front of the camera, with no digital manipulation, adds its own set of challenges. Building materials, lighting, issues of scale and space all become significant when you are recreating the world on a table top." Lori Nix

Monday, 11 June 2012

A splash of colour

Shot in Leyton Catholic Cemetery in East London. I took these again using the same 35mm camera, and printed them in a colour darkroom.

Black & white

These are a few photographs I have taken using a Pentax 35mm slr camera. I shot, processed and printed the films myself, experimenting with movement and depth of field.



A collection of monoprints, woodcuts and collagraphs from a project on my route to University. Working from photographs and sketches of buildings, and Leyton graveyard which I pass on the tube everyday.

Tuesday, 8 May 2012


This is the fanzine I have produced as part of my Illustration course. My zine is based on the life of my granny Vera, who at the ripe age of 95, has many tales to tell. It has been made without the use of a computer, using a mixed range of techniques, materials and media. The British Library have asked for a copy to be shelved in their zine library which is quite exciting!