50 Japanese Types

50 Japanese Types is a restoration and presentation of fifty anonymous Japanese identities, purchased freely from the online marketplace. Two display cases and two accordion banded books.

50 Types Case

50 Types Case Montage

50 Types Block Montage

Fifty printed copper halftone type graphic images, two black lacquered type display cases.

Project realised courtesy of Richard Hilton.



6th International Kyoto Hanga 2012, International Print Exhibition Japan/UK

Book published by the Kyoto Print Exhibition Executive Committee on the occasion of the 6th International Kyoto Hanga 2012, International Print Exhibition Japan/UK

An exhibition of contemporary British printmaking at Kyoto City Art Museum, Japan.

This has now moved on to Kita Kyushu City Art Museum 20 – 25 November 2012. See page for details.
Website: www.britishprintmakingjapan.org


Montalban 2012  From the Don Quixote reference to Reinaldos de Montalban (aka Fr. Renaud de Montauban). Miguel de Cervantes greatly admired the French knight and surreptitiously interwove mythycal accounts from chivalrous French literature into his own autoboigraphical history. This Montalban; the semi-trailer and bodyworks manufacturing unit located on the side of the A-92, linking Seville and Granada, not to be confused with the great history of Don Quixote, features in ITERARE: Journeys Through Spain With a Pinhole Camera (From 2010).

El Baño de Jabalí


El Baño de Jabalí (Wild Boar Bath) 2010

Working title ‘ESP28.10.10PanF50.7c’. Holga 120N modified pinhole camera Ilford Pan F50 medium-format film 12/s exp. Photograph taken whilst out walking with Antonio.



Camorro What?


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The Cordillera Chimenea, otherwise known as ‘Parque Natural El Torcal de Antequera’, in Southern Spain, is an imposing and quite unique mountain range of stratified limestone; at 1369m Camorro Alto is the highest point, where telecommunication aerials are elevated to almost biblical status.

Teleological argument explains phenomena, like the existence of telecommunication, mountains and aerials for example, by the purpose they serve as opposed to other postulated causes such as nature or belief. Teleology maintains that form follows function in the natural world, providing an end purpose for people, i.e. that humankind is of central importance in the universe, with everything revolving around us, including mountains as platforms for aerials.

This Cordillera Camorro offers a dubious third alternative to the actual, or postulated versions.

Cordillera Camorro at Printroom London, 15 Perrins Court, London NW3 1QS.