Lloyd is Lecturer in Charge of Photography at the School of Art Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin New Zealand. He studies photography in Melbourne and took a Dip Photography at the Modern School of Photography in Rochester NY before establishing the photographic Department at the school.
Since 1983 he has engaged in an extensive series of photographic works centred on environmental issues and exhibited widely throughout New Zealand, and internationally. Since 1989 the photogram technique has been part of his work. Lloyd is now regarded as one of the fore-most exponents of the technique in Australasia. He has engaged in drawing, sculpture performance and installation work along side photography.

Lloyd says about his work:

Selective coating creates marks where the emulsion is not even, aberations appear where it pools deeper or thinner as the brush curves across the surface where the pressure from the hand changes the bristles separate, the brush runs dry - then thick again where the stroke curves in elegance or breaks sharp in a bend or stops dead where it creates an aporian emulsion.

 


 

 

Lloyd Godman

Cyanotypes


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Vandykes

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