15 May 2018 to 30 May 2018
I have always felt that taking photos helps narrow my view of the world. Simplifying the scene to a few elements, uncluttered by the other bits.
When I was eight I was given my first Kodak pocket Instamatic camera. From that moment I understood that cameras would always be a part of my life. That’s not to say I have always been a prolific photographer because I pursued a successful career as a chef but, I have always known that I would return to photography, my original passion. I thought that photography would be something I would take up when I retired, however, the freedom of expression that I felt when I first took photos strongly informs the way I view the world.
I look at the real world and with my imagination, I use photography and other mixed media to convey my ideas. The photos in this exhibition are from my visual arts studies and my personal photo box. These are my memories, part of my life journal that I wish to share.
March 29, 2018 – May 30, 2018
Opens 10am – 5pm daily
Sunday, April 8, 2018
5 – 7pm