Monthly Archives: July 2011

Project 4: An active portrait

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This is Merlyne crocheting fairly continuously to cater for the needs of her great-grand children. Her husband sits just out of sight, filled with cancer and dementia, which means that Merlyne can only leave her flat when a care assistant … Continue reading

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Project 6: the best of a sequence

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This is Ash, a stage manager currently with RADA in London, having a coffee with myself and my daughter. We helped her move her things from her uni digs to more affordable quarters closer to her next life stage. In … Continue reading

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Project 2: thinking about location

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I wanted to try a range of tones and I was able to find seasonal greens, and urban browns, and greenish seas, then I ran out of colour schemes, so I shamelessly trawled through other seasonal examples to get some … Continue reading

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Project 5: Eye-contact and expression

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I found a great subject for this one – fellow student Amano! We were having a coffee before visiting a Michael Freeman talk and I asked him to model while we having a snack in Starbucks. We squeezed in between … Continue reading

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