Direct publications of my own work
Arcanum: Exterius Librum Crwcawrach Volume 1
Arcanum is a visual exploration of the authors personal occult reality. Through the use of the photographic medium Arcanum challenges the reader to explore a different appoach to perspective and form. With supporting text to take the journey further, Arcanum is volume one of a series of personal explorations.
From the foreword by Martin Duffy, author of Effigy
Arcanum should be available in 2019. Subscribe to my mailing list to keep up to date on its progress.
Publications that feature some of my work
Wyrd Journal Volume 3
Work includes front cover image with additional photography inside.
WYRD is a journal of the archaic esoteric, published bi-annually at the equinoxes by Three Hands Press. As a peer-reviewed occult journal, it expresses both scholarly and heuristic viewpoints and is available by private subscription for contemporary esoteric readership. Its concerns include sorcery, folk magic, witchcraft, myth, folklore, paganism, and ancient mystery religions.
Scheduled for summer 2019
Witch-Ikon: Witchcraft in Art and Artefact
Photographic work included
The figure of the Witch has haunted the margins of religion and spirituality for thousands of years, as a figure of transgressive spiritual power, outlaw magic, and alluring sexuality. Equally pervasive is her presence in art, from ancient depictions in the near east, through the European Middle Ages, down to her present representations in occult subculture. WITCH-IKON gathers a vast selection of images of witches and their diabolical magic, emphasizing the range of artistic depictions that have helped coalesce this most powerful of modern supernatural icons.
Scheduled for 2019
Ritual Space and the Crooked Path Beyond
Work includes extensive photographic contributions
All ritual actions are undertaken in a specified space, one which is defined by its general separation from the everyday. In this forthcoming book Peter Hamilton-Giles looks at the ways in which the practitioner colonises space so as to distinguish its presence from the norm.