Tag Archives: Eugene Atget

Lee Friedlander

Lee Friedlander’s oeuvre can be characterised by a unique ability to create ordered compositions from otherwise chaotic scenes, often juxtaposing simple elements with playful guile. A highly influential figure in the history of photography, Friedlander has been recording the American social landscape since the late forties. The American social landscape, describes an entire generation of […]

Assignment 1 – Feedback

‘I’m especially pleased to see you engaging straight away with photography as a visual language, which is the priority of C&N after the strongly technical and visual skills approach of TAOP’. The above comment from my tutor, Robert Bloomfield, gives the gist of the positive side of his feedback on my first assignment. There were […]

Assignment 1 – Two sides of the story

The first assignment in context and narrative, as with the art of photography course is designed to give my tutor a feel for my work and also act as a gauge from which my progress can be measured. This assignment requires me to create two sets of photographs telling different versions of the same story. […]