Category Archives: Photography


Alen MacWeeney: New York

Today I am loving these, Alen MacWeeney’s 1970s photos from the New York subway.


Wim Wenders: Polaroids

Instant Stories is a new exhibition on at The Photographers Gallery in London featuring the personal Polaroids of the film director Wim Wenders. Covering the period from the early ‘70s to the mid-‘80s, this promises to be a fascinating insight into the mechanics of his film making, as well as a look at some beautiful vintage Americana.


Vintage Hallowe’en

Thoroughly freaking myself out by looking at vintage seasonal images. Some of them were just to scary to post, no honestly they were….


Lying On A Cloud

I am currently working on a new series of photographs over on Flickr called Lying On A Cloud.

See a couple here if you like…

…or all of them over here:

More soon. Ta-ra!


We’ll always have Paris

Paris, France.

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The Silence of Dogs in Cars

Just came across these beautiful and moving photographs by Martin Usborne, a photographer working in London.

He describes the series: "I was once left in a car at a young age. I don’t know when or where or for how long, possibly at the age of four, perhaps outside a supermarket, probably for fifteen minutes only. The details don’t matter. The point is that I wondered if anyone would come back. The fear I felt was strong: in a child’s mind it is possible to be alone forever.
Around the same age I began to feel a deep affinity with animals – in particular their plight at the hands of humans. I saw a TV documentary that included footage of a dog being put in a plastic bag and being kicked. What appalled me most was that the dog could not speak back.
I should say that I was a well-loved child and never abandoned and yet it is clear that both these experiences arose from the same place deep inside me: a fear of being alone and unheard.
When I started this project I knew the photos would be dark. In a sense, I was attempting to go back inside my car, to re-experience what I couldn’t bear as a child. What I didn’t expect was to see so many subtle reactions by the dogs: some sad, some expectant, some angry, some dejected. It was as if upon opening up a box of grey-coloured pencils I was surprised to see so many shades inside.
There is life in the darkest places inside us."

See more on his website

Janine pretends…some more

A couple of new ones in the long-running series following just what Janine gets up to

You can see all the photos in this series here