- Tom Hull — Journal
One of the daily features of modern life; the push-pull between parents and children over the technology we fill our lives and homes with.
In one instance, as parents, I'm certain we'd rather see the gadgets banned from existence as our children grow and learn. However, on a very separate occasion, they act as an intuitive, prompt solution to finding those precious extra seconds when caught in a busy moment.
Whatever your personal opinions on the matter, there is very little you can truly do to disengage your children from interacting with current technological trends.
I produced a short, intimate study of my daughters, caught whilst immersed in the glow of consumerism, created during the long, darker days earlier in the year. View the full set of images here.