living rurally in the Highlands certainly has a romantic appeal, hiding away in the land of all those celtic legends, fascinating wildlife on the doorstep…
after a rather busy and distracted spring I have taken some time out from new work to sort out the studio workshop, moved the dark processing room out from the house and even setup a sink under the porch. getting a sink setup has only taken me 8 years finally motivated by finding a second hand Butlers sink locally, it weighs a tone and it’s very worn but it’s great – read more…..
from last month ….
with 2 months before our next major exhibition, Fortingall Art, I will be working on some new wet plate projects over the coming weeks. plans are for some Highlands landscapes and also some new figure work, I just need another subject so if anyone is interested in a collaboration please get in touch.
Silver Alchemy’s ‘Portrait of an Artist’ – An event Review. Jo Cound, Jamie Grant and myself (Dave Hunt) teamed up to celebrate all things analogue…
‘Talking Heads, 1981’. Apart from having a darkroom setup as a teenager (that was a few years ago !) this whole analogue photography experience is…
jan 1st, 2018….
it’s been a bit of a bucket list thing, experience the sunrise at rannoch moor in the highlands for new years day and this year being a significant one for me was a good one to go for it. only slight problem was expected cloud cover in the early hours but what we did get was the dawn rising to daylight.