ICONS OF THE SOUTH WEST, a photographic project that reflects, and celebrates, the wide cultural demographic of South West England. Photographs by Richard Tomlinson working with Somerset Film.
Ruritage – a portrait of Wayford Vineyard. Photographs commissioned by Take Art (a Somerset based arts development agency). An EU-funded project. Photographs by Richard Tomlinson.
Portraits of artists working on the ‘Creative Lives Under Lockdown’ project commissioned by SEED Sedgemoor (a Creative People and Places project funded by Arts Council England). Photographs by Richard Tomlinson.
Portraits of workers at the old Royal Ordnance Factory (capturing stories before the factory was demolished). Commissioned by South West Heritage Trust. Photographs by Richard Tomlinson working with Somerset Film.
Simple Forms – Inspired by Irving Penn’s street debris series. Objects, otherwise trodden under foot, placed on a lightbox & shot with my macro lens.
Pictures made with an old Bronica, including photographs for the ‘Born on the River’ project commissioned by Take Art
The Cultural Olympiad in Taunton
Disabled Children’s Access to Childcare (photography and layout work)
Anaglyph Photographs (3D pictures viewed through red/blue glasses). Inspired by historical machinery kept in the stores at The Somerset Heritage Centre, for the exhibition New Dimensions. The images (printed as transparencies) were housed within archive boxes which were fitted with anaglyph lenses and illuminated from inside. Visitors to the gallery were invited to peer through the lenses into boxes that contained three dimensional ‘fictitious’ machines.