Monday, January 6, 2014

Happy New Year from ASA


This is a sequenced edit of my personal favorite photographs made in 2013 - images from out on the American road, or at home here in Overland Park, or from England, which I visited in May. Here's wishing everyone a creative and inspired new year of exciting and unexpected discoveries both inside and out X



Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Recollection. Paris Exhibition


Paris Exhibition

I'm pleased to announce that I will be part of a group exhibition titled 'Recollection' which will be opening in Paris this Friday with friends and colleagues from the photo-collective 'Get The Picture'. Work from several of my American projects will be shown along with my 'Cage' series. If you're in Paris for Paris Photo, please feel free to come along to the opening on the evening of the 15th. Many thanks to Damien Lafargue for his tireless energy, focus and enthusiasm and also to curator Myriam Barchechat.

Phoenix, AZ

Untitled

Jenny

Cage

RECOLLECTION, a group show at Superette Gallery with the works of Harvey Benge, Marcus Haydock, Nicolas Hosteing, Simon Kossoff, Paul Kwiatkowski, Damien Lafargue and Simon Letourneau, curated by Myriam Barchechat.

Exposition du 16 novembre 2013 au 28 février 2014
Superette Gallery
104 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière
75010 Paris.

Opening reception on November 15th at 6:30 pm

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Recent photographs from the Overland Park project.


Overland Park, KS


Overland Park, KS


Overland Park, KS


Overland Park, KS


Overland Park, KS



Untitled


Overland Park, KS


Overland Park, KS

Overland Park, KS


Here are some semi recent photographs which continue my on-going project made in Overland Park. I have well over 200 images in this series now which have all been made over the last couple of years. Regular followers of this blog will know that many images from this project have been posted here over this time and is on the whole largely still unedited. It has been a series which I have felt my way through more than anything else and it has at times acted like a sort of diary from home. Sometimes I have responded closely to the original brief I gave myself and at other times it has been something of an experiment and a place to exercise creativity and explore larger idea's about America. It has also been a way for me to align myself psychically with place. These new photographs, however, are more personal in nature.