Shooting moving image and learning editing software are new mediums that I’ve been enjoying working with. For my sculptural work, two-dimensional photography cannot capture what is in essence a three-dimensional experience. This is where filming allows me to display this work in a truer way. Much of my work is intimately connected to the stunning landscapes of Dartmoor, rich in texture and wild in its heart, so it seemed an idea to weave this into the footage of the sculptures themselves. Turn up your volume, set your pixels for HD1080, and enjoy!
Morpeni roots, Spalted Dartmoor Birch, velvet. 110cm x 110cm x 25cm (max depth). For sale at £3,800.An encounter with a Dartmoor farmer who had planked up some of his fallen spalted Beech trees, and a telephone call with an old mate, who wanted to know if I was...
A watery combination of the river Bovey, and the sculpture called The Lizards Dream.