Most of my photography is centred around projects. I find it concentrates my mind, and makes me think more creatively about what I’m feeling in a given situation and how I’m going to express that feeling. I have a number of projects on the go at any time. Examples are Photos you can’t get into, Tinsley viaduct, Chesterfield Wagon Works, Pleasley Hill and, most recently phone boxes. This talk focuses on the role of projects in my work, and illustrates how projects can be used to give a narrative.
He is based in Derbyshire. Geoff is a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society. He’s a past president of Chesterfield Photographic Society, a member of Clay Cross Photographic Society, and a member of the RPS East Midlands Contemporary Group.
You can get a taste of Geoff and his skills on his website at http://www.geoffhicksphotography.net/