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I am working late, pitching for a magazine. This is an image I made, just now, branding the use of fabric made of recycled PET plastic, looking good. Let’s Love Our Home.
Here’s a sneak preview of the work I am doing, an inspirational magazine for a large sofa company. I am almost done and took a moment to look at the flow of the lay-outs and the storyline of the magazine. … Continue reading
“Hello world!” (Willy Wonka) When you read this I am in the car driving and drinking. Coffee, aaaahhh. Doing a day of photography on location in the South. Modern furniture in a former leather workshop. I made sketches of what we … Continue reading
I am so happy to have found my map of the moon again! It was among the rest of the wall hangings that I swapped for a new composition. I have a picture of where it was, for a long … Continue reading
A poster for a film yet to be written. The picture is one from many I took from the full moon. Over a period of years I have taken a still of the moment, in the light of the moon. … Continue reading
Up on the roof I took this picture just now. Over the years I have taken pictures of full moons, thinking it could end up a path of steppingstones in my memory, by which I could remember the moments in … Continue reading
Up on the roof I listened to the soundscape of summer in the city: cars zooming by, yells and laughter traveling up in the air, a distant brum coming closer, the three bell towers remaining silent after their last call … Continue reading