It may have been that I had taken some time to ‘stake-out’ both venues that I’d planned with Sue to take these photographs, it may have been that I am very taken with the main piece of Sue’s work, it may have been that I knew what images I wanted to create – whatever it was, this session, over two sites (quite near each-other) didn’t take very long. Similar to the session with Julie, Sue had a an instinctive understanding of what it was I was doing when we discussed her involvement a few days ago.
The first session where I wanted to create an image of her large 3D piece ‘Cocoon’ in a friend’s barn worked very well. I had taken a tungsten floodlight with barndoors, but the sun shone and filtered through to pick the work up and differentiate it from its surroundings. This work is what Sue picked to exemplify what her work is at the moment, Sue provided this as a description of the Cocoon. summary-cocoon.pdf