I had the privilege to photograph Li Xiaofeng in his Beijing studio. He also has a Dingdejing studio as well, which I missed him by days at when i was there in February. His work is reconstructing shards of rejected pottery into other forms, my notably dresses and coats. His work is collected world wide. For those in Beijing you might have seen two pieces at The Opposite House.
When Tony Burke, the Australian arts minister came to Red Gate we chatted about the expat Australian arts scene and he asked me for images that would help explain this to Australians back home. I asked Jason if he would let me come by and make images of him in is temporary studio. He was in Beijing as part of Red Gate's residency programme.