Forgotten Fruit update

I’m pleased to say I’ll be presenting a paper about my Forgotten Fruit project at a conference exploring ideas of wilderness organised by the department of Planning and Architecture at Newcastle University in March 2015. I’ll be talking about the way my work explored the shifting senses of space I experienced as a new parent and sought to create alternative views of urban/sub-urban space. I’m looking forward to talking to researchers who think about these ideas all the time at the event!

Here’s a link to the conference webpage with more details….

Limited edition prints from the series ‘Forgotten Fruit’ now available

To coincide with the exhibition Forgotten Fruit I will be producing three limited edition prints. Each print will be signed and numbered by the photographer, printed on archival quality photo rag paper.

Prints available 30cm x 30cm in signed editions of 10  £50 each.

   1. Untitled ( blossom)

 2. Untitled (night cherries)

  3. Untitled (crab blue)

For enquiries or to place an order please contact Michele Allen, via email or Facebook message.


Fruitful Durham website

Fruitful Durham website

Here’s the website for the lovely social enterprise who pressed fresh apple juice at the forgotten fruit opening. As well as being delicious it was really nice to know that the mountain of apples they brought with them had been collected from places around County Durham, just down the road from the exhibition. Have a look at the site for more info on their project and sustainable food initiatives.