Stuart rambles on about photography in all its 21st century manifestations and forms.
This includes his passions such as black & white analogue photography.
Other interests include his cameras, from his humble phone camera up to to his 5x4 monorail.
He prattles on about printing in his darkroom a bit.
Let's not forget his many digital photo projects and his photo book publishing as well.
As a bit of a geek he ruminates on apps software and the Internet on occasion, as well.
TYAT [Hong Kong]
Hong Kong 2009-06-05 08:10:16
This image made ten years ago reminds me of the mental state I was in at the time. Not yet at the bottom but sinking fast. It also formed part of my book, The Ericsson Files [A mobile phone camera journal 2007~2009]. It was the last image in the book. Its title:- "You're in a desert, walking along in the sand, when all of a sudden you look down... Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. The title is a quote from one of my favourite movies, Bladerunner. A movie which questions the definition of humanity. A question most of my work attempts to address.