I wanted to experiment with different natural lighting, this time i did not want to edit the original image, i wanted to learn how to create an effective and strong image by manipulating light and darkness. i wanted the lights and dark to work aside cohesively to create an interesting image.
When I had the opportunity to do sculpture, unlike my peers i didn’t resort to using materials such as cardboard or stereotypical materials such as clay, I used chocolate. In class our focus was on dwelling, i thought outside the box and thought “food is my dwelling” its my comfort, so i made a pyramid out of malteser chocolate. I chose to use chocolate after looking at the artist, Anya Gallaccio, the idea of being enclosed in a surrounding smelling so sweet, it is as though your in a trance through the sense of smell.
I took some photos of different scenery in Birmingham, this particular place was located when i was walking up and down Broad Street, Birmingham with my friends.
My own photography and editing.
Food makes me happy, i tend to comfort eat quite a lot these days, but i enjoy eating food from all sorts of cultures.
Capturing a moment where both me and my friends were all sober enough to take a photo, in my spare time i edited the photo and played around with double exposures.
I saw the stall and loved how they displayed the nativity in forms of wooden toys and the scenery and atmosphere in Birmingham was vibrant, it inspired me for my photography project at University. I played around with my photos on photo-shop.