As part of my commission to produce work for the redevelopment of the Bristol Royal Infirmary, I”m putting out a call for submissions to create a public gallery of photographs. This is an opportunity to be part of a creative community-based project that will enhance the experience of the staff, patients and visitors of the BRI.

Submitted photographs will be displayed in an (see some of the samples above) and may also be incorporated in one of the final artworks, which will be displayed in new adult wards in the redeveloped Bristol Royal Infirmary when it opens in 2014.

If you live in the South West region, which is served by the BRI, why not get involved by

sending us a photograph which responds to the theme of community, sustainability and inspiring change. Think about what your local area means to you and find images that reflect the people, landscape and character of Bristol.

Photographs can be uploaded online here or sent via email to: BRIphotoproject@gmail.com

We English exhibited in the Great British Public show at St Pancras International as part of the London Festival of Photography. The exhibition is now on show at White Cloth Gallery in Leeds.

Here are some of the comments left so far on the Public Wall at Swiss Cottage Gallery. There’s one more week to go so still time to visit the exhibition and get your opinion heard. You can also tweet using the hashtag #LetThisBeASign.

Thanks to all those who attended the placard making workshop at Swiss Cottage Gallery. Here are some of the results:

As part of my exhibition, Let This Be A Sign, at Swiss Cottage Gallery I will be leading a tour of the show and a placard making workshop on Saturday 16 June, 2 – 4.30pm.

I will be joined by Guy Atkins, from the Save Our Placards project.

The workshop is suitable for all ages and is FREE!

You can reserve tickets on the London Festival of Photography here or share information on the Facebook page here.

Here are a few to get you inspired….

 

I’m giving an artist talk at Quay Arts centre on Isle of Wight. Book tickets online here.

You can also take part in Quay Arts’ Piers & Bridges debate and upload your photographs of the world of piers and bridges to their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/quay.arts tagging ‘Quay Arts’ and you could win a one-to-one critique session with me on Friday 11 May.

Deadline to upload your images: Tuesday 8 May