Not a bad year. Not so much live work but completion of The Traveling Sunset EP and beginning of the new “progstep” EP yet to be named. Here are three tracks: Dune, Escape and The Traveling Sunset. All original mixes.
A few nice Northumbrian winter evening shots. The sun this time of year is a menace if you’re driving or working but we get a bonus in the early evening. Continue reading “Magic Winter Sun”
I’m hoping to be able to take some decent portraits some day. I’ve attended two workshops supervised by two amazing professional photographers namely Gary Lintern and Chris Ord. Continue reading “Portrait Study Begins!”
During 2015, in my second year as an undergraduate, I had my first poem published with Spectral Visions Press. It was an exciting time as previous to this I had only one poem published to my name; a poem I had written and submitted to a competition when I was 11 years old (which, it is safe to say, is now a little embarrassing to my 23-year-old self!)
I’m now excited all over again to be having a second poem published with Spectral Visions Press in this years ‘Tarot Collection’ anthology. While my 2015 poem ‘Mulier Maris’ was published in the ‘Grim Fairy Tales’ anthology, what is all the more exciting to me about the ‘Tarot Collection’, is that each individual writer has taken their given Tarot card and explored the themes, symbolism and meanings related to their specific card. So, there is no doubt…
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Here is a project with a message that means a lot to me. I’ve re-blogged the article below so please have a read. Essentially, we have a photo shoot in an American style diner to illustrate an article on society. It’s not anti American, it merely uses the American Dream concept to reference consumerism as used to control individuals and detract from the horrors of rampant greed and corruption.
The designer is Jenah College. She uses exquisite horror makeup with smart costume. It juxtaposes the look of very sick people (or even zombies) going through the normal motions, oblivious to the worsening world problems.
Well done to Jenah, Jennie, James, Rosie and Rachel and many thanks to the owners of Park Lane Café for being so accommodating!