Us Alone

by HRM on May 29, 2012

For the past two years I have been photographing portraits of young couples living together in Paris, London and Brighton. I looked into their lives to explore how people relate on an intimate level when living side by side, day by day. I entered the homes of couples and asked them to be part of a story, to narrate a moment within two lovers’ lives when the communication falters and the unity separates.


The Daguerrotypist

by HRM on February 29, 2012

While strolling along the Kreuzkölln canals on a chilly winter’s day, photographer Brigid Annand was pulled off of the street by Jeremy Lynch to have her photo taken. What she soon learned was that Jeremy wasn’t employing contemporary photographic methods for this impromptu portrait session.


Marianne Chargois

by HRM on January 19, 2012

Marianne Chargois, contorsionist, actress and sex worker, performs her daily life and nourishes her stage work with her experiences. She works essentially with strangers that remain strange, and occasionally with familiar faces that remain so.



by HRM on December 22, 2011

Colour palette from photographs of tins at a market in Geneva.


Etudes (trois repas americains)

by HRM on November 2, 2011

These three studies form part of an ongoing project in still life photography. In “Trois repas américains”, the work of painters Willem Claeszoon Heda and Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin is drawn upon to restage the principle meals of an American day…


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