I am an ordinary person with ordinary interests. I collect dust, but I'm also interested in bones, shadows and misrememberings. I keep them in Museum of Dust.

My best friend, and Minister of Defense at MoD, is a spider called Inky-Blinky...

A picture of Inky and me.

I muse on life (pictorially) on www.redbubble.com/people/incognita

I have started keeping a definitive history of the Museum of Dust here >>

You can see more pictures of me and Inky on Flickr here >>

Inky and I were broken out of our solipsistic universe thanks to the kindliness of uber-talented and obviously incredibly insightfulTelzey who has bought us a pro account so now we roam free....

We've been kept there over the last year by the extremely delightful Cobalt123

A big thank you from everyone at Museum of Dust!

MoD wishes to advise that we will block individuals who connect to this account but who don't have images of their own.

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    mundane shake says:

    "Look at the work of Incognito Nom de Plume; you will be reminded that we are mortal beings. Incognito portrays this reality with a surreal elegance that is more a continuum than a duality. Journey to her world and consider another “side” of beauty."

    April 16th, 2009

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    TheoJunior says:

    "They speak of death. How brief is life. The saddest photos I know. And yet, they are so full of life and hope at the same time. How can this be?"

    August 16th, 2008

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    auspicious stream says:

    "I know nothing about Incognita... But the images speak."

    September 18th, 2007

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    teddave says:

    "being a good photographers often seems to be simply an exercise in the familiar combined with the endeavour of dusting off a credit card or three. there are many excellent pics on flickr but so many are cold, bereft of love and soul and feeling. and then again there are many great pics but their subjects are familiar or fortuitous. inky conquers here with a vision of poetry that bridges these gaps showing the truth through the incidental moments, the forgotton and discarded.

    i luv em."

    May 9th, 2007

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    richb.os says:

    "Photographing the the inhuman post disaster of New Orleans with such strength of character to maintain an artistic & contemporary edge is more than special, as for the Museum of Dust - I'm hooked...!"

    May 7th, 2007

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    Rich Johnson says:

    "As individual photographs these are great - such a good eye for texture and mood, but also each one seems to add to an overall aesthetic. Naturally, trying to maintain an even keel of pretension, I use words like 'aesthetic' with the greatest reluctance but it seems appropriate - the feeling is very much of someone recording the world in a very particular way. And it's a wonderful record of a fascinating world. I like it very much."

    March 29th, 2007

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    Arddu says:

    "Simply put Incognita's photographs are subtle, consistent and exquisitely composed. This is a stream I like to revisit."

    December 20th, 2006

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    jsdart Julie Dermansky © says:

    "Incognita Nom de Plume, beside creating interesting pictures , is administering the most interesting group on flickr and a creating a very informative blog as well. Incognita Nom De Plume's commitment to searching out the best of flickr pertinent to the group is praise worthy. through the blog and group i have found many great images as well as made of list of places i would like to visit and photography my self. last i'd like to mention Incognita's generous praise inspired me to post more then i planned on. thanks"

    September 27th, 2006

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    Plurp says:

    "There was dust on the shelves. There was dust on the lampshades. On the floor, on the stacks of old newspapers that were everywhere in the musty wooden cabin, on the plate and silverware that had been placed so carefully on the dusty table. A casual observer might never have guessed that Evelyn lived there, or thought she did."

    August 14th, 2006

May 2006
Terra Incognita
I am:
Director MoD
Museum of Dust