PhD Research

Two Kinds of Being: An Interface between Photography and Sculpture

A body of practical and theoretical work was produced which explored the possibilities of establishing an interface between photography and sculpture as an aesthetic vocabulary for the expression of personal, philosophical concepts using the human figure as subject-matter.

My PhD research was carried out at the Royal College of Art, London under the supervision of Prof. Deanna Petherbridge, Prof. Glynn Williams and Prof. Sir Christopher Frayling. Awarded 1998.

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