"Hampstead Heath" is a collage combining portraits of people walking their dogs on Hampstead Heath in London. I particularly love the variety in the greens and the horizon as the photos reflect the change in seasons over a year.
This work is one of my signature photographic collages. For each artwork, I take hundreds of images of life in motion in a chosen landscape over a period of time. Through the deliberate process of choosing and editing my photographs a pattern evolves creating a new and unique landscape—compressing both time and space into a singular artwork. I am interested in expanding the photographic singular moment into a distinctive work of art which encompasses many moments.
I've produced seven large-scale collages to date, which include depictions of typical urban experiences such as escalators and Tube trains, contrasting with the more open, natural spaces of the seaside and Hampstead Heath. In 2012 the collage "Escalators" was released to the media where it was published worldwide to critical acclaim. The collages were most recently exhibited at the Koukan Gallery, North London in November 2014 in the show "So Near, So Far".
Hampstead Heath is part of an edition of 25 prints across 3 different sizes:
Edition 25 + 2 A/P
Size One: 60x40cm Edition 10
Size Two: 90x60 Edition 10
Size Three: 120x80 Edition 5