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New Season / New Start

Autumn has finally arrived and summer now seems a distant memory. Summer 2012 for me was very busy. The Summer Exhibition at the RA closed on August 12 and I sold 15 prints in total which was fantastic for a first time exhibitor. So thank you very much for everyone who saw or bought my photograph at the exhibition. I received some very lovely and positive feedback about my work.

I have also added two more buildings to my 'Beautiful Brutalism' project, firstly Carr-Saunders Hall in London which can be seen on my behance gallery here and secondly, Park Street Car Park in Cambridge which can be found on my website here. My next building to add to the project will be the Sidgwick Site at Cambridge University.

I also teamed up with artists Manifold to document their work in progress for two exhibitions at the National Trust buildings, 2 Willow Road and Red House. The progress shots can be seen here and the installed artwork at 2 Willow Road can be seen here. This was a great opportunity to document an exhibition from making the pieces to installing it on site. The exhibition runs until October 14 so for more info about seeing it, go to news.

I also managed to finally visit and photograph this year's Summer Pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery, images to follow...

Autumn always feels like a new start so look forward to what the next few months bring!


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