Each of Giles images is a one off, created using his unique method of pinhole photography.
His cameras are made from large oil drums, cut open and then taken into the dark room. Here the photographic paper is placed inside the drum, which is sealed and made water tight.
Giles takes these cameras out into the sea, where he leaves them adrift. The waves slowly bring the drums back to shore. In the dark room he opens them and pours the developing fluid into the camera.
The unique abstract photographs that he creates with this method not only describe a journey but capture the motion of the waves.
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