Age of Expectation
Age of Expectation

We’re all here with the primal expectations of procreation, and to provide apparently. For men, these expectations have blurred, with the big decision - making coming later on life.

 The Age of Expectation was a series of anthropological sessions with a series of 20-something and 30-something men living in urban areas. The red thread that bound them together was their redefined ideals – having the time to reflect, aspire and procrastinate in a time which for previous generations was about setting up home, settling down and having children.

The Age of Expectation was a series of anthropological sessions with a series of 20-something and 30-something men living in urban areas. The red thread that bound them together was their redefined ideals – having the time to reflect, aspire and procrastinate in a time which for previous generations was about setting up home, settling down and having children.

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 “I feel like with some blokes, you have to man it up, be more of a traditional man. It’s like standing your ground, putting up that boundary”

“I feel like with some blokes, you have to man it up, be more of a traditional man. It’s like standing your ground, putting up that boundary”

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 In each of the sessions photography was the unspoken element, with the focus being on a 2-way discussion on masculine expectation what it implies.  Masculine identity dominated conversations, where together we scratched below the surface to find raw and genuine emotion, feelings and meaning.   

In each of the sessions photography was the unspoken element, with the focus being on a 2-way discussion on masculine expectation what it implies.

Masculine identity dominated conversations, where together we scratched below the surface to find raw and genuine emotion, feelings and meaning.

 

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LCC Interim Show 2009
LCC Interim Show 2009
LCC, MA Show 2010
LCC, MA Show 2010
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Age of Expectation
 The Age of Expectation was a series of anthropological sessions with a series of 20-something and 30-something men living in urban areas. The red thread that bound them together was their redefined ideals – having the time to reflect, aspire and procrastinate in a time which for previous generations was about setting up home, settling down and having children.
newmen200.jpg
table8107_5098609007_ohi.jpg
 “I feel like with some blokes, you have to man it up, be more of a traditional man. It’s like standing your ground, putting up that boundary”
web329.jpg
 In each of the sessions photography was the unspoken element, with the focus being on a 2-way discussion on masculine expectation what it implies.  Masculine identity dominated conversations, where together we scratched below the surface to find raw and genuine emotion, feelings and meaning.   
in495.jpg
web63.jpg
newmen304.jpg
newmen206.jpg
Men104.jpg
newmen199.jpg
newmen155.jpg
manweb16.jpg
newmen198.jpg
Menweb2.jpg
web84.jpg
Men103.jpg
in494.jpg
sea6.jpg
manweb4.jpg
web136.jpg
men101.jpg
web100.jpg
in200.jpg
web139.jpg
web400.jpg
Men116.jpg
Untitled1.jpg
Men111.jpg
Men113.jpg
web133.jpg
jonosample4.jpg
Men114.jpg
Men1.jpg
Men5.jpg
manweb8.jpg
men8.jpg
Men106.jpg
manweb11.jpg
in253.jpg
manweb12.jpg
smallrj.jpg
manweb5.jpg
CNV00031.jpg
LCC Interim Show 2009
LCC, MA Show 2010
web78.jpg
Age of Expectation

We’re all here with the primal expectations of procreation, and to provide apparently. For men, these expectations have blurred, with the big decision - making coming later on life.

The Age of Expectation was a series of anthropological sessions with a series of 20-something and 30-something men living in urban areas. The red thread that bound them together was their redefined ideals – having the time to reflect, aspire and procrastinate in a time which for previous generations was about setting up home, settling down and having children.

“I feel like with some blokes, you have to man it up, be more of a traditional man. It’s like standing your ground, putting up that boundary”

In each of the sessions photography was the unspoken element, with the focus being on a 2-way discussion on masculine expectation what it implies.

Masculine identity dominated conversations, where together we scratched below the surface to find raw and genuine emotion, feelings and meaning.

 

LCC Interim Show 2009
LCC, MA Show 2010
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