Through the Years: how my work has changed

Through the Years: how my work has changed

Throughout the years my work has changed quite a lot, but the major shift has been my interest from working as a fashion photographer to having more of an artistic approach within my practice. This is mainly because I realised, by the time I was in the final year of my degree, that my long term goal is to be known for my personal projects. Since my projects have adopted a diarist approach, I've found out how art can be therapeutic and how it can help me through difficult times I'm going through now, or have been through.

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MA by Research in Art & Design - Thoughts on Social Media, the Blogosphere and Constructed Identities

MA by Research in Art & Design - Thoughts on Social Media, the Blogosphere and Constructed Identities

It was in 2012 when I first discovered the Blogosphere. I remember stumbling across Zoella and Lily Pebbles one day and I was amazed at the fact that these ordinary women were making a living of luxury from writing an online diary posted alongside photos they had taken, or taken of them by someone else. I quickly became hooked and checked in on their blogs daily.

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ISelf Collection: The End of Love Exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery, London

ISelf Collection: The End of Love Exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery, London

A few weeks ago I went to London with Beth to Whitechapel Gallery to see the Thomas Ruff exhibition, but then we just happened to come across the ISelf Collection: The End of Love. Whilst there I realised the exhibition had some similar themes to my MA project, which meant it was great for research! 

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