The project  Black Eyed Dog  was born out of a breakdown. Whilst I count myself very lucky to not suffer as much with mental health issues as many do, towards the end of 2018 I found I’d tipped over my own personal limits into a dark place I’d not been before.  During that time I decided to channel that tangle of feelings and emotions into creating a small body of work to try and find a new home for the noise that was trapped in my mind. Some solitude around the Seven Sisters in Sussex provided the silence needed to cut through that noise and provided the setting for this series of black and white photographs and the accompanying text.   ⊛

The project Black Eyed Dog was born out of a breakdown. Whilst I count myself very lucky to not suffer as much with mental health issues as many do, towards the end of 2018 I found I’d tipped over my own personal limits into a dark place I’d not been before.

During that time I decided to channel that tangle of feelings and emotions into creating a small body of work to try and find a new home for the noise that was trapped in my mind. Some solitude around the Seven Sisters in Sussex provided the silence needed to cut through that noise and provided the setting for this series of black and white photographs and the accompanying text.

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 The project  Black Eyed Dog  was born out of a breakdown. Whilst I count myself very lucky to not suffer as much with mental health issues as many do, towards the end of 2018 I found I’d tipped over my own personal limits into a dark place I’d not been before.  During that time I decided to channel that tangle of feelings and emotions into creating a small body of work to try and find a new home for the noise that was trapped in my mind. Some solitude around the Seven Sisters in Sussex provided the silence needed to cut through that noise and provided the setting for this series of black and white photographs and the accompanying text.   ⊛
SP_Test_Slide+text.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003582-Edit.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003732-Edit.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003557-Edit.jpg
SP_Test_Slide+text2.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003627-Edit.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003566-Edit.jpg
SP_Test_Slide+text3.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003586-Edit.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003575-Edit.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003645-Edit.jpg
BlackEyedDog-L1003694-Edit.jpg
SP_Test_Slide+text4.jpg

The project Black Eyed Dog was born out of a breakdown. Whilst I count myself very lucky to not suffer as much with mental health issues as many do, towards the end of 2018 I found I’d tipped over my own personal limits into a dark place I’d not been before.

During that time I decided to channel that tangle of feelings and emotions into creating a small body of work to try and find a new home for the noise that was trapped in my mind. Some solitude around the Seven Sisters in Sussex provided the silence needed to cut through that noise and provided the setting for this series of black and white photographs and the accompanying text.

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