Andrew P Crawford

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Elemental - explores points of light in the night seen by a moving observer creating blurred intertwined lines and colour bands. Otherworldly images, suggestive of still empty sub-atomic spaces, punctuated by bursts of intense energy.

Elemental - explores points of light in the night seen by a moving observer creating blurred intertwined lines and colour bands. Otherworldly images, suggestive of still empty sub-atomic spaces, punctuated by bursts of intense energy.

Elemental - explores points of light in the night seen by a moving observer creating blurred intertwined lines and colour bands. Otherworldly images, suggestive of still empty sub-atomic spaces, punctuated by bursts of intense energy.

Elemental - explores points of light in the night seen by a moving observer creating blurred intertwined lines and colour bands. Otherworldly images, suggestive of still empty sub-atomic spaces, punctuated by bursts of intense energy.

Elemental - explores points of light in the night seen by a moving observer creating blurred intertwined lines and colour bands. Otherworldly images, suggestive of still empty sub-atomic spaces, punctuated by bursts of intense energy.

This series of four images explores the confusion of direction and claustrophobic nature of woodland through the vertical patterning of colours and of light and shadow that is produced by sunlight through trees.

This series of four images explores the confusion of direction and claustrophobic nature of woodland through the vertical patterning of colours and of light and shadow that is produced by sunlight through trees.

About edges and transition, staring and stepping into the unknown.

The beauty of horse and rider in motion. Hand held, panned, long exposure

The beauty of horse and rider in motion. Hand held, panned, long exposure

Architectural lighting detail

An amalgam of those little LED indicators that litter the modern home, watching us with their unblinking gaze.

Photographic oneupmanship; move over Rule of Thirds.

The slow view from a fast train

Andrew P Crawford

Andrew is a photographer specialising in fine art abstract images, based in Surrey.  

Fascinated with ideas of perspective and relative perception, among Andrew’s still unanswered childhood questions is whether we can ever know if we all “see” the same way. He aims for clarity in conveying his perceptions using reduced or eliminated context, clutter and detail; through minimalism, abstraction and simplification.

Andrew uses both film and digital cameras. He regards image editing as an intrinsic part of the creative process.

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