Today I shall be speaking on noise in relation to my research, as a guest lecturer at University College for the Creative Arts at Maidstone to Experimental Artists Film Video and Photography research group.
In 2004 I worked as colour manager for the tens of thousands of photographs contained in this encyclopaedia:
DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material) is an exploration into the vast world of camouflage, charting its history from its roots in nature, through to its adoption by the military and on to its current popularity and use within modern civilian culture. Containing over 5,000 images, many of which are previously unpublished, and drawing on the knowledge of an extensive team of consultants, DPM is an indispensable reference guide for both the novice and seasoned camoufleur.
“A monumental achievement”
Stephen Bayley in The Times, 1 Jan ‘05
“An amazing work of love”
Veronica Horwell in The Guardian, 18 Nov ‘04
“Best Books of 2004”
in Wallpaper’s Design Awards ‘04
“Pick of the Picture Books”
in The Independent, 31 Dec ‘04