Performance | Life | Archive began and continues to exist as an online photo blog of (mainly, though there are exceptions) analogue photography. I started using an analogue camera in 2013 primarily because I wanted to craft my eye, I grew up with the digital camera, which means I am not as concise with my photographic practice as I can be. So I picked up film and documented those closest to me. What emerged in the first year is a collection that captures a fleeting time of love, the growth of a specific community of artists in the city of London.


So far, there have been two outcomes of the collection. A selection of the work was exhibited at Ziferblat London in Spring 2014. Currently, a photo book titled I remember I remember every time I didn't have a clue but once is being compiled and will be published in Autumn 2014.


Here are a selection of images taken between 2013 - 2014. The ongoing blog can be found here

Sophie, Bethnal Green

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Alan, home in Woolwich

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James, Woolwich Arsenal

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Fab and Alan with shoe, Sidcup

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Sharing in Peanut Factory, Hackney Wick

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London Bridge

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Sophie, third year.

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Woolwich Arsenal

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Canning Town

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Eva and Alan on his birthday

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James in Camberwell

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Fab

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