Those involved with documentary photography seek to make observations about life and its complexity. Some may be influenced by the philosophical concept of ‘the pathos of things’, life's transient nature, its impermanence and fluctuation. This relates to the philosophy of absurdism. My approach to analogue filmmaking explores these ideas, detailing human experience in areas such as traditional religious belief, the scars of war, and the fragilility of mental health. Analogue filmmaking is able to give expression to such important considerations, allowing for a greater appreciation of our fragile world and the challenges which shape ordinary lives.


A film about Catholic Chaplaincies. The film was taken with a 'Lomography Lomokino' Super 35 Camera (bottom) and a 'Fujifilm X30' Digital Camera (top).

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