My involvement with photography began in front of the camera as a child model at the age of four (four guineas per session, paid by cheque to my parents). I learnt to process and print at ten, and have been making images in a disorganised and casual way ever since. Recently, I have started to take image making more seriously. Following on from completion of the OU/RPS Certificate in Digital Photography in 2017, I successfully submitted a panel for the Licenciate of the Royal Photographic Society award in 2018. I am now working on a number of personal projects. This journal documents the next phase of this particular journey – studying for an MA in Photography at Falmouth University. Everything on this site is for the purpose of education and in the interests of ‘learning in plain view’.

Andrew Brown