Polina Plotnikova is a fine art photographer who strives to create artistic, inspiring contemporary images. She runs a Still Life Group at The Camera Club, Kennington, London and this month’s session focussed on intentional camera movement and multiple exposure to create dynamic images of flowers. Check out the club calendar for future sessions.
Here are few of my images from the session.
Last year I had the good fortune to be part of a Royal Photographic Society project inspired by Crossrail, based on documenting life above the tunnelled sections of London’s new Elizabeth Line. The book has now been published by The Royal Photographic Society and may be purchased HERE.
The University of Greenwich has been kind enough to provide space for an exhibition of work contained in the book. Further details are below.
Click below to view selection of images from the book.
The show styled by Adele Cany at Stella Creatives took place at Victoria Studios, 15 Eccleston Place, London SW1. Makeup was provided by Claire Mulleady and the M∙A∙C PRO team and nails by Michelle Class using Artistic Colour Revolution. Production was by creative agency Bacchus who also specialise in fashion and luxury events production. Music was provided by Princess Julia and Luke Howard.
Click on images to launch gallery.
I have been fortunate to work with a number of great models this past year. Here are a selection of images from the sessions.
The Green Sky Thinking Pub Quiz was the concluding event of the 2017 programme and was held at Pollard, Thomas, Edwards in Islington. The evening filled with booze, questions and laughter was a fitting conclusion to a successful series of events.
Camley Street Natural Park is a unique two acre site of wild green space in the surrounded by the Regents canal and railway tracks, it is the lungs of the urban regeneration of King’s Cross in central London.
Walking the tranquil City: can travelling via urban tranquil areas increase our health and wellbeing in the City? This was the question posed by the team at Tranquil City as it lead a group of walkers along the noise and traffic of the highly polluted Holloway road in north London.
The group explored the open space very close to the road and discussed how area of parkland can invigorate local areas and relieve the street of urban arteries.
Green Sky Thinking consists of over fifty events that discussed best practice and sustainable building and design for built environment and property professionals.
The Hackthon event was held at Feilden Fowles Architects, Lambeth, SE1 and consisted of four teams discussing and submitting proposals for the redevelopment of Brent Cross south in North London. During the afternoon the teams presented their proposals to a panel of judges and the winner declared.
Green Sky Thinking consists of over fifty events that discussed best practice and sustainable building and design for built environment and property professionals. This year’s event was launched at a VIP breakfast launch at The Interchange in Camden.