Assignment 4.3 Cuckoos at Dawn: outsider in a Kyrgyz village

Competing documentary perspectives and audience/market realities:evolution of the project concept My aims in this project were to create a charity photobook book with some text to fundraise for women’s associations in Kyrgyzstan, and also as a participatory reflection and sharing of different ‘outsider’ and ‘insider’ perspectives on Baizakh that might be of interest to audiences […]

PF4: Light in the Shadows of T’ien Shan (Assignment 4.2)

Light in the Shadows: Book Concept “Baizakh Village in Naryn Province, Kyrgyzstan is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. These photographs were taken taken over 6 days in May 2016 in spare moments at dawn, midday and evening time when I was not working. They are very much an outsider view […]

Assignment 4.1 Communicating Kyrgyzstan: photographic creativity

Continues exploration of photographic styles, meaning and communication from Assignment 2.2, further developing my creative process workflow as it related to photographic media. Monochrome and photographic experiments with Lightroom, AnalogFX and Photoshop, with using creative prompts. Also draws on styles from printmaking like screenprint, cyanotype and solar plate. And asks for feedback from different audiences. […]