Katie Moss

3rd year Press and editorial photography student studying at University College Falmouth.
All images copyright to katie moss 2012
Arvor exhibition is up and running. Life Swap is in the Courtyard Deli in Falmouth waiting for you to come see. Today I completed the trail, and was able to see some fantastic work by my peers, I am privileged to have been able to work with these people over the past 3years and I wish you all the best for the future. Good Luck everyone.

Arvor exhibition is up and running. Life Swap is in the Courtyard Deli in Falmouth waiting for you to come see. Today I completed the trail, and was able to see some fantastic work by my peers, I am privileged to have been able to work with these people over the past 3years and I wish you all the best for the future. Good Luck everyone.

Portraits of Pete in the woods as he completes his last few days camping for charity. 1 Woodland. 1 Fat bloke. 1 Month.

Weekend camping in the woods near Haslemere with pete. 
I stayed with him on his last weekend in the woods after a full month off living and foraging off the land. Here he stands in his tree suit, which helps him blend in to the background whilst out hunting pigeons.

Weekend camping in the woods near Haslemere with pete. 

I stayed with him on his last weekend in the woods after a full month off living and foraging off the land. Here he stands in his tree suit, which helps him blend in to the background whilst out hunting pigeons.

Fire making

This is the first time that I met Spanner, we only had a very brief amount of time together, 45minutes in total. Including 20minutes of walking around the camp and talking, and 25minutes of learning how to make fire and photograph. I am going to be going back on Tuesday for the whole afternoon, as “initial contact has been made” which was important to Spanner.

I will be able to shoot portraits then, and follow all the activities that are going on

1 Woodland 1 Fat Bloke 1 Month.

https://www.facebook.com/1Woodland1FatBloke1Month?fref=ts

As I am currently working with self sufficiency and survival I have been looking for new and intriguing people to feature within my work. I have been offered a fantastic opportunity to go and camp out with a man called Pete. He is living in the woods for one whole month, and living of what he can forage. This is going to be a fantastic chance for me, Although a 450mile round trip I feel that this is going to be important to do.

Pete is doing this for charity, and so far he is doing amazingly.

If you have chance please take a look at his facebook page! He has done really well so far, and its really interesting to see what he has been up too.

When I re visited Janie, I wanted to shoot some more portraits of her, and reshoot some of the images that I previously had not too happy with. This time was much better, she was a lot happier for me to photograph her, and because the weather was nice we were able to go out and do some more activities that we were not able to do last time, for example we went foraging, and we planted seeds, skinned and plucked some animals, and got our hands licked by cows. 

Although the content is graphic. This is a key part of self sufficiency, and although a lot of people will not agree with these images, its a lifestyle choice that Janie and many others like Janie opt for.

As I am showing different aspects of self sufficiency I have to show the parts that arent that nice. To me though this was interesting, and although I was expecting myself not to cope too well with this, I did and I even helped pluck one of the quails.

Janie says that if you eat meat, then you should at least kill an animal once in your life. 

Dave Haines

Mackerel Fisher in Looe

Continuing to look into self sufficiency around cornwall.

Different people and different aspects are the focus.

Dave Haines
Mackerel Fisher in Looe
Continuing to look into self sufficiency around cornwall.
Different people and different aspects are the focus.

Dave Haines

Mackerel Fisher in Looe

Continuing to look into self sufficiency around cornwall.

Different people and different aspects are the focus.

This is what it looks like at 7am on a saturday morning in Falmouth