mickster | photographers | Sunday, February 27th, 2011

I have a number of images from my Domestic Fables series in the upcoming Non|Fiction show at the Viewfinder gallery in London SW9. The show features some great work in what is one of London’s freshest, most intimate photography galleries. I’m pleased to be showing alongside some thought-provoking and exciting new work by Jonathan Illingworth, Rhiannon Adam, Gavin Mecaniques and Fiona Harvey.

The show open this Thursday 3rd March at 12noon and the Private View is later that evening 6-8pm. Hope to see some of you there!

You can see more images from the series on my portfolio site at

failure of reciprocity

mickster | photographers | Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

amazing grace

mickster | photographers | Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

…and continuing what has been a busy month for shows, I’m excited to reveal that I’m showing more work from my current project ‘It’s written all over your face’. The series is part of a show called ‘Amazing Grace’ along with 4 other talented photographers. The show is on at the Rag Factory, Heneage St, just off Brick Lane. Private view is next Thursday 28th Oct and runs until Sunday the 31st.

For more details visit the show website:

I also have a piece in the LIP 22nd Annual Exhibition at the Strand gallery, Charing Cross. Show website is here:

LIP member Mark Burton has also featured the show and one of my images on his blog:

shoreditch show – ‘Parallels’

mickster | photographers | Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

“I found a rooming house near my job. Moving wasn’t hard. I only owned enough to fill half a suitcase…” – from Factotum by Charles Bukowski

I’m pleased announce that I have some work showing at the Red Lion in Shoreditch from next week. The exhibition itself is also part of Photomonth, which launches at the end of this week – details can be found on

The show features work from the ‘Parallels’ project, a kind of photographic ‘chinese whispers’ in which a series of images were made in response to each other with the starting point a line from a Charles Bukowski novel. My contribution to the project was shot whilst I was in Budapest, and the collaborative nature of the project was great fun whilst I was away from London.
More info is here:

The show also doubles as the second annual show for the Shoreditch branch of London Independent Photography, and I also have two 24″x20″ prints from my recent series ‘Where I end and you begin’ for sale in the show.

Private view is on Thursday Oct 7 from 7pm at the Red Lion Free House (1st floor), 41 Hoxton St, N1 6NH and all are welcome!

And just a quick reminder that the TVU MA show ‘Close to you’ is still on at the PM gallery, Ealing, until October 2nd.

desperately seeking…

mickster | photographers | Monday, September 27th, 2010

I’m urgently looking for a spare ticket to the sold out first session of this year’s Brighton Photo Biennial…Its this Friday 1st Oct at 10:45am.
If anyone out there has one going spare, then please get in touch. All reasonably legal exchanges considered: cash, tea & cake, help with a shoot; I need that ticket!! :))

If you have a spare, please drop me a line: m i k @ b a d b e a n DOT c o m

close to you

mickster | photographers | Thursday, September 16th, 2010

I’m pleased to announce that work from my latest series ‘It’s written all over your face’ will be featured at ‘Close to you’ at the PM gallery in Ealing until October 2nd. The title image from the show (featured above) is taken from the series. Hope to see some of you there!


where i end and you begin

mickster | photographers | Monday, July 26th, 2010

Klaudia, Vezprem, 2010

Sinka, Veszprem, 2010

Some images from my latest portrait project ‘where I end and you begin‘ which explores the tension between intimacy, connection and surface in the photographic portrait. More from the series will follow soon.

Due North

mickster | photographers | Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Andrea, 2009.

I’ve spent most of December in Manchester doing some more shooting for my ‘Domestic Fables’ project. The project is part of my MA, and i’m starting to feel the strange pressure of having to produce work to a deadline. This is something that every pj and commercial photographer will be used to, but its a new experience to have to create art in this way…Its gonna interesting to see whether this helps or hinders the creative process in the end.

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