7th Oct - 4th Jan 2020, Science Museum London, RPS Science Photographer of the Year
29th October until 3rd November 2019, (Duo) ONCA Gallery, Brighton
26th June until 10th July 2019, Shed Gallery Summer Group Show, Malthouse, Lyme Regis
2018 (Group) Shed Photography, The Salt House, West Bay, Bridport
2018 (Duo) The Gallery Upstairs, Upton Country Park, Poole
2018 (Trio) The Gallery Upstairs, Upton Country Park, Poole
2017 (Group) Cheltenham Science Festival, Cheltenham Town Hall, Cheltenham
2017 (Group) Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London
2017 (Group) Edinburgh International Science Festival, City Arts Centre, Scotland
2017 (Group) The Photography Show, National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham
2017 (Group) Banbury Museum, Banbury
2016 (Group) Royal Opera House Arcade Gallery, Pall Mall, London
2016 (Group) Manchester Science Festival, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
2016 (Group) Kathryn Thomas Studio, Poole
2016 (Group) Hymer's College, Hull
2016 (Group) The Crystal, Royal Victoria Docks, London
2016 (Group) British Science Festival, Swansea University, Wales
2016 (Group) Royal Academy of Engineering, London
2016 (Group) The Magic Gallery, Charing Cross, London
2016 (Group) Fitzgerald Library & Hamilton Building, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
2016 (Group) The Times Cheltenham Science Festival, Cheltenham Town Hall, Cheltenham
2016 (Group) Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London
2016 (Group) Edinburgh International Science Festival, City Arts Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland
2016 (Group) Derry Millennium Centre, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
2015 (Group) Manchester Science Festival, University of Salford, Media City UK, Salford
2015 (Group) British Science Festival, Dye House Gallery, Bradford College, Great Horton
2015 (Group) Poole Town & Country Fair, Upton House, Poole
2015 (Group) TheGallery, Arts University Bournemouth, Bournemouth
2014 (Group) The Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharfe, South Bank, London
2011 (Group) Association of Photographer's Gallery, London
2010 (Group) Stop the Bus, The Triangle, Bournemouth
Renowned British photographer Brian Griffin selects Grace and Colour Combined video installation to exhibit alongside his Himmelstrasse series at London show.
The exhibition was held at the Magic Gallery in London and sponsored by the Royal Photographic Society, organised by Vice-President Dr. Del Barrett and helped along the way by Jonathan Taylor and a team of volunteers. This show is one in a series organised by the RPS which gave students the opportunity to show their work alongside that of the Fellows of the Society.
Brian Griffin's Himmelstrasse is a haunting typology of railway lines used to transport prisoners to concentration camps in Poland during World War II. My Grace series records the permanent skeletons of dehydrated, withered soap bubbles to represent memories of the past through a series of life stages: Conception, Infancy, Childhood, Teenage, Young Adult, Family, Retirement, Old Age and Death.
The Colour Confined video shows the cycle of light interference colours of bubbles encased in a cylindrical glass tube. The colours are vibrant at first but fade over time. Eventually, the bubbles become completely colourless and remain so until the moment they burst.
Grace is the final body of work from my BA (Hons) Photography course. The Arts University Bournemouth awarded me with a First Class Honours degree in 2014.
Colour Confined was recorded during my two year ArtScience collaboration with Prof. Stefan Hutzler, Leader of the Foams and Complex Systems Group, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin.
Brian Griffin was considered "the photographer of the decade" by the Guardian newspaper in 1989, "the most unpredicatble and influential British portrait photographer of the last decade by the British Journal of Photography in 2005 and "one of Britain's most influential photographers" by the World Photography Organisation in 2015. Griffin has photographed some of the most iconic album covers ever produced and worked with many clients in the music industry; Kate Bush, Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop, Midge Ure, Dire Straits, Simple Minds and Sting and photographed some of the most iconic album covers ever.
I was ecstatic my work was selected for the show. I have admired Brian's work for many years and collect his self-published books.