"I see myself as a machine operator, a machinist gets a drawing for a part then works out the best way to make that part and sometimes has to make other parts to achieve that.
So that is how I often work for these type of pictures. I start with a drawing/doodle then see how/if I can achieve that. I make many parts using a 3d printer for some. I modify cameras and even exploit the camera faults but mostly I mask in front of the lens and behind it. For most of these pictures I work in the very belly of the film consuming beast, the camera is my workshop/darkroom which has to be one of the smallest darkrooms around."
See more of Paul's work on instagram at @the_real_p_fiddy
"I have practiced film photography since 2017 when a good friend introduced me to the film swap idea and from there my film romance developed. Soon after shooting my first double exposures I realised I was seeing the same ish pictures and grew bored although my finding an old school splizter/mask on ebay for 0.99p kept my interest going. That and fighting the frame overlap which seems to plague all my Olympus cameras, which I dedicated a folder on Flickr called My Pursuit of Overlapp