TYNE

“To become lost; to perish”

At the shoreline constructed elements both impose, merge, are consumed and destroyed by the natural environment. These elements are structural and defined, and are subject to the same forces as the fluctuating natural environment.

Everything is ultimately ephemeral and transient.

These images are made along the lower reaches of the river Tyne in North East England. They are from a large body of ongoing work involving moving image, the written work and still imagery.

Print details

Colour archival photography/print.

300mm x 300mm (actual image size) on 500mm x 500m white.

Limited edition 8 + 2 Artists Proof.

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Black Middens Reef Knotts Flats River Tyne 1

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Black Middens Reef Knotts Flats River Tyne 1

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Black Middens Reef Knotts Flats River Tyne 2

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Black Middens Reef Knotts Flats River Tyne 2

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Clock Tower Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne

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Clock Tower Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne

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Cranes Reflection Swan Hunters River Tyne

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Cranes Reflection Swan Hunters River Tyne

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Cranes Swan Hunters River Tyne

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Cranes Swan Hunters River Tyne

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Dock Entrance Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne 1

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Dock Entrance Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne 1

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Dock Entrance Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne 2

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Dock Entrance Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne 2

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Dock Wall Reflections Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne

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Dock Wall Reflections Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne

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Marina Wall Reflections Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne 1

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Marina Wall Reflections Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne 1

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Marina Wall Reflections Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne 2

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Marina Wall Reflections Royal Quays North Shields River Tyne 2

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The Shields Ferry River Tyne

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The Shields Ferry River Tyne

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Tug Boats River Tyne

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Tug Boats River Tyne

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