At the end of March I went on a long awaited walk across The Broomway in Essex. The walk is known for being dangerous due to the quick incoming tides and the fact that the MOD also fire ammunition in this area as part of their training. I went with a local guide - it was six hours long and four miles out across the sea.
In early April I went to the Shutterhub pv at the ARB in Cambridge where I had two works in the exhibition. It was a really enjoyable evening, lots of familiar faces, and the work was beautifully installed across four floors of the building. The exhibition, Everything I Ever Learnt, continues to 3 May.
This month I’ve been finalising prints for my exhibition in Brighton at the Fishing Quarter Gallery. Beyond the Reach of Rivers opens Wednesday 1 May and closes on Bank Holiday Monday 6 May (hours 11am - 5pm daily). I’m grateful for the show’s inclusion in various photography listings and to Metro Imaging for a pre-show interview which is featured on their website.
I’m looking forward to being down by the sea while the exhibition is on. It coincides with the Brighton Festival Fringe and falling across the Bank Holiday weekend it should be a busy time.