Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford


Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford In the early 90s I approached the Radcliffe Infirmary Hospital in Oxford with a proposal for a project. Based in the centre of Oxford, it had long been an important part of the city. A new hospital had opened two miles away in [...]

Women and Horses


Women and Horses The bond between horses and women/girls is very powerful and interesting to observe. It seems to me to be different to that between horses and men. A girl's love of horses can be lifelong and endure whilst other relationships come and go. This [...]

The past seen through memory


The past seen through memory Memory and photography are inextricably linked-sometimes indistinguishable from one another. My interest is in the way that memory is inexact and how it changes over time, often without us realising it. Rather than try to recreate the past as it was [...]

St. Giles Fair


St. Giles' Fair St Giles’ fair is held in the centre of the city of Oxford in September each year; compensating all for the start of the academic year. The fair dates back to 1625 when it was a festival to celebrate the feast of the parish’s patron saint. [...]



Dementia Dementia is a universal challenge and with an ageing population in the West it is one that more and more of our parents, our siblings, and ourselves will experience. By the time most people develop any symptoms of dementia, the underlying disease has been causing [...]

My Father’s Things


My Father's Things According to the Urban Dictionary ‘Your Dad may also be your Father but your Father may not be your Dad. Your Dad loves you, comforts you, supports you and helps you. Your Dad is someone that you should be able to respect.’ My father was my Dad. You [...]