A project exploring uniform, and the ways in which it influences the perception of the individual. How do you begin treating those you interact with as individuals?
Featured on BBC In Pictures here.
“The moment I put on a different gown or costume to become a different character, the moment you get on that stage and you’re wearing that, you just become someone else.”
“First appearances really count. If you go in a suit they’ll expect that you sit in an office and everyone else will do the work, whereas if you turn up in your work clothes everyone can see that you’re actually going to do the work yourself.”
A: The age when I was in the Royal Navy, my early twenties. Audrey asked my mum whether she could write to me whilst I was away, but I said no because I didn’t think it would be fair on her, but I regret that because if i’d said yes we could have got married a lot earlier.
Q: If you could be any age again, what age would you be and why?
A: 27, that’s the perfect age? Jean Michael Basquiat died of a drug overdose when he was 27. Growing up, I always thought I’d be the same.
A long term study of the relationship between a photographer and his wife.
An ongoing project exploring distraction. At times of tiredness, I find that my focus is drawn away by objects and movements (or perceived movements) in my peripheral vision, distracting my attention, but in turn, drawing my eye to forgotten or disused spaces.