NY – 2017
A weekend spent in a private woodland, learning the foundations of woodcarving; creating a wooden spoon from a section of unprepared green wood whilst learning insights into the working way of the forest.
4 hand-made, tin pinhole cameras. Left in separate locations situated in Plymouth, each facing a different direction: north, south, east and west. Left outside for two weeks before collecting and developing, the results – a fortnights worth of sunrise and sunsets burnt directly on to the paper.