Phil Openshaw is a photographer and visual artist from West Yorkshire, England who works within a wide variety of media including digital manipulation, audiovisual transformation, sound art, coding, calligraphy, music, print, painting and asemic writing.
Professional photographic work includes a broad practice with themes including: urban spaces, transformation, the human impact on landscape and nature, the conflicting interests involved in organised urban development, the existing environments and population.
Abstract pieces often include photography combined with drawn and abstract imagery. Working with digital and abstract works led to an exploration of the visual languages of text, marketing, and printed media leading to current asemic related works.
Nikon d300, olympus epl6, fujifim x-s1, nikon f-801, yashica electro gtn