HeadSpace: Photography by David Hynes

HeadSpace: Photography by David Hynes

HeadSpace: Photography by David Hynes

Venue: HeadSpace at EggSpace
Date(s): 18.8.16 - 18.9.16
Time(s): 10:00 - 22:30

Photography by David Hynes

Please come and join us this Thursday 18th August for the private view from 7-8:30pm. You can meet the artist and have a complimentary glass of wine or juice whilst you peruse the artworks on display.

Here’s what the artist has to say about his work and inspiration…

I originally began taking photographs in my latter years at school.

I went onto study at Wigan College of Technology and for a further 2 years at Plymouth College of Art and Design (this included Film / Video studies). I was lucky to work with Kevin Cummins and Anton Corbin at this time.

I have since worked teaching and as a technician at John Moores University. I have also worked as a ‘volunteer’ in various organisations.

I have been a member of different Photographic Societies and would whole-heartedly recommend joining one as they have been a great resource and socially rewarding. I am currently a member of the ‘Liverpool Chinatown Photographic Society’ (LCPS).

The work exhibited hopefully reflects my varied and wide-ranging photographic interests. I’m often asked “what do I photograph?”. No easy answer but ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ and maybe more than any other mantra, it’s this I have in mind when I ‘behold’ my camera. To quote my Dad’s one and only karaoke effort, “What a Wonderful World”.

I appreciate good design (in all it’s shapes and imaginings).

The ‘Anonymous’ project was a good reason for friends and myself to get together on the busiest day of the gambling year, ‘Grand National’ day.

The photograph to accompanying this ‘write-up’ was taken in 1981. It shows myself and my team-mates aged 15 years when we played in a final played at Anfield (I’m back right). Mr Bill Shankly was guest-of-honour. It is probably the last ever photograph of ‘Shanks’.

Treasure your (photographic) memories.

David Hynes

The exhibition runs until 18th September
For any enquiries about the artwork on display please email us at headspace@eggspace.org