Western Edge has been featured on the excellent Inside the Outside group website, set up by Al Brydon, Joseph Wright, Rob Hudson and Stephen Segasby, to look at personal responses to the landscape in photography. You can take a look at the feature on Western Edge here
I'm now a member of Marches Independent Photography which is a small, diverse and informal group of photographers based around the Welsh Marches region. We meet regularly to share ideas and learn from each other's work. We occasionally invite visiting speakers. Meetings are open to anyone to attend. Website is on the following link.
Western Edge will be showing in 'East Meets West' at the Waterhall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery from 6th October 2016 to 6th January 2017, for more details please see the Grain website:-
Photographs of the installation at Quad, the exhibition runs until 4th September 2016.
Artists newsletter has listed it as one of the top exhibitions of the week. https://www.a-n.co.uk/news/now-showing-154-the-weeks-top-exhibitions
I am really very excited to have had my work selected for East Meets West, a call for work on 'leisure' from Format, Quad and Grain. The work I submitted is from my ongoing photographic research based around the western edge of the Black Country. I submitted photographs from the series which are concerned with the areas identity as the 'Playground of the Black Country'.
The work will be shown along with 8 other photographers at Quad Extra Spaces from July 2nd to 4th September 2016, and then at the Water Hall at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. I'll post more about this later.
More about East Meets West here: http://grainphotographyhub.co.uk/portfolio-type/east-meets-west/ and here: http://www.derbyquad.co.uk/exhibition/east-meets-west-2-0.aspx
My work is currently being exhibited in a couple of places:-
'Projections' are part of IN:HOUSE at Shugborough nr Stafford
'Western Edge' is showing as part of Take 13: A Women's Collective at Artrix Arts Centre in Bromsgrove