Eggleston photographed his home town, memphis- Tennessee he was interested in the infra ordinary- at war with he obvious. Eggleston used dye transfer process with E-6 colour film, he realised that colour was infra ordinary- a sin to photography as the prominent photographic film used in the 1960's and 70's was black and white. The camera is used to describe things, so using colour helped him describe more. Eggleston described his photography as democratic, meaning he is at war with the obvious.
Wedding and bookings
I am available for Weddings, Festivals, Gigs, Band shoots, individual portrait shoots, family/ group shoots, videography, dance videos.
Being a Photojournalist I have been trained to work fast and accurately and along side the journalistic approach I am also capable of being able to create a project with you. The documentary side to my practice meas that I have the patients and the vision of helping create long terms based projects, such as books, exhibitions, public talks documentaries etc.
It is your ideas I am interested in. For a shoot if you have an idea, a vision, it is my aim to try and get as close as possible to what is in your head and bring it into reality. That way you are happy and we are all actively creating something new and meaningful.
Interested in creating something together? Unsure about something? Or simple want to ask me something photography related then give me a message, always motivated to listen.