Archive for May, 2012

Stoke Newington traders

Posted by Emma on May 27, 2012 in 52 square portraits, Personal work, Portrait | No Comments

Portraits #10-15 of my square collection are of traders who work in the shops on my street. My flat is above commercial premises on the High Street and I see or interact with these people almost every day, but until I took these photos I didn’t know any of their names. Being a bit shy […]

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Desert doubles

Posted by Emma on May 18, 2012 in Layered landscapes, Personal work, Travel | 1 Comment

While down under I went out back for a few days. These double exposures are the result of my attempt to find a personal way to express the beauty and magic of the scenes around Uluru and Kata Tjuta, suprisingly lush after so much rain.

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#8 and 9 Emma and Jack

Posted by Emma on May 11, 2012 in 52 square portraits, Personal work | No Comments

So… I’ve now been reunited with the exposed film I left in my mum’s fridge in Sydney. I photographed Emma and Jack at their respective homes in Brisbane’s suburbs. They moved out to Oz with their parents in around… must have been 1990-ish. Before that, they lived around the corner from my dad’s house in […]

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#7 Hannah

Posted by Emma on May 1, 2012 in 52 square portraits, Personal work | No Comments

Hannah’s another ‘neighbouring spirit’. We were pals at the start of primary school and have managed to stay in touch despite the fact that we grew up in different countries after the age of 7. She loves vintage style and makes much of her own garb (though not the frock in this pic), as well […]

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