I am donating three framed photographs, from the 20 that I exhibited during my SALA 2010 exhibition, to a silent auction at my day job. Why? Well, it turns out that one of my work colleagues is participating in SuperCycle 2012. What is this all about? Most of us would know somebody who has been... Continue Reading →
Have to Laugh at Myself
I'm laughing on Redbubble! I've written an article that shows how my tshirts are more popular than my photography. It's a phenomenon that I did not expect, but not begrudging. Article includes tshirts purchased from my Redbubble collection within the last 3 days!
Portrait of Ian McFarland
One of my fellow #SALA participants, Ian McFarland , let me shoot portrait photographs whilst he sat in his stall. Yes, we are both 'artists in residence' during SALA 2010 . With the glass window between us, I was able to capture him at his most candid. Good for me, good for him. The interesting... Continue Reading →