Photographs taken on a journey across the South China Sea aboard the Maersk Cunene. An expedition organised by the Unknown Fields Division.
Promotional photography and visual design for Lamine.
What if the textiles you wear and use around your home could produce solar energy and power your electric appliances?
The objective of this work was to render more flexible the emerging technology of flexible solar panels. Can the acetate- like material behave more like a fabric through restructuring the surface?
The division between space and negative space, and the measurement of time are somehow entwined. Matilda does not tell the time, merely indicates its passing. The clock face rotates once per hour, gradually fading between black and a translucent grey, then returning to black once again as the hour draws to a close. Does our perception of time change with the density of black? Will a singular hour pass slowly, one second followed by another or will it fly by without a second glance?
Special thanks to Aflash Photonics for material sponsorship.
Photographs taken on a journey across China with the Unknown Fields Division in 2014.
From ship building yard and factory floor to the infinite Yi-Wu market and rare earth mineral mining landscapes in Inner Mongolia, we traced the trails of production and globalisation across this vast country.
Some photographs from my three week road trip across the West Coast of America. LA - Big Sur - Portland - San Francisco - Yosemite - Death Valley - Grand Canyon - Joshua Tree - Palm Springs.
A low budget, 'off the beaten track' guide to one of the most extraordinary countries in the World.
A graphic exploration into the physicality of digital material.
Each image is made by scanning a computer's motherboard and manipulating the image digitally.