Can you tell us about your workflow and the apps you use the most?
The exact outcome of a piece I am working on is not always known to me at the onset. I mostly use the Iphone’s native camera to shoot my images except when I am using SlowShutter. The first app I use for fine tuning is Snapseed. I have recently begun to create my own textures using Gradient Color and Glaze. Working with various other apps such as Decim8, Scratchcam, XnView Fx and Blender, which often produce surprising results, I then go through the countless resulting images until I find one that fully resonates with what I am attempting to express.
Are you an appoholic, constantly trying out new apps and techniques, or do you tend to stick with a small set of tools?
I don’t know if I would describe myself as an appoholic but I do love to try out new apps and techniques. I will fall back on different ones depending on the image I am working on, but mostly use the ones mentioned above.
What is your creative advice to others who are inspired but don't know where to start?
In the field of creative iPhone photography and art I suggest downloading apps and experimenting. Play, have fun and discover your own style. Being part of a sharing community is also a great help and encouragement.
What would be your creative dream project?
This question excites me. I hope to have many dream projects, but at the moment my creative dream project is to exhibit the series I am currently working on.
We are so much more than just our bodies and even in cyberspace one begins to pick up on the energy of others by their avatars and the way in which they communicate and share. I am now attempting to portray this energy in my images and to show Essence and Presence. What started out as capturing movement in the mall has developed into this project.
Is there anything else you would like to add or share?
I'd like to thank you very much Kate for this interview. You are doing a wonderful job in the iphoneography world for mobile art and photography.
Where can people see your work and connect with you online?
I post regularly to Instagram and have started adding some of have my work on Flickr. I am a regular user of Twitter, and am also on Pinterest. I have a professional Facebook page.
You can also connect with me via my website here2here.