Recently I found out that ‘Sandman, Mombasa’ was shortlisted for the inaugural Fremantle portrait prize. An exhibition of all the shortlisted entries will go on display in the Moores building contemporary art gallery from the 5th to the 21st October. Fremantle portrait prize website | A few days in Mombasa To commission this or any of my work please feel [...]
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Down a rocky, rutted, hardly used trail, an aging Land-Cruiser creeks and violently judders its way as our guide Aleshia navigates precariously through the tough terrain, towards the old mine site at Macalder, in the South Western Nyanza region of Kenya. Entering the site a man and woman are busy working next to an imposing derelict concrete structure, left behind from the days this was a vast copper mine, the man digs as the woman takes the soil, pouring it into a makeshift sluice.
A Few Days in Mombasa Secretly I have always liked a quick turnaround, disruption of the status quo makes life more interesting I always find. That said I had two weeks notice to go do a shoot in Migori, Western Kenya, which also meant running around sorting all my jabs and tablets too as I [...]
Today I had my work featured on the Printspace blog, with a little blurb from me as well. It looks quite good I think. You can see the post here: Phil on the Printspace blog
Managed to get an image into round 149 of the Telegraph’s Big Picture travel competition: View the Telegraph’s page