From Here to There

The last few weeks have been hectic since we got back from our Northumberland jaunt. I had to get started on preparing my presentation for the Swaffham Visual Arts Festival, shoot the Agile Business Conference and Mrs O had to put the final pieces in place for her mother’s affairs. The sunny week we had […]

Oiling wheels

Last week was a hectic week. A thoroughly dull and wet bank Holiday saw me erecting my blow up Nova darkroom tent and cleaning and loading dark slides for 37 sheets of film – yes one odd sheet. I also serviced my Toyo 45A as I last used it in March and it is surprising […]

Street art July 2014

In my last blog, I mentioned bumming around Brick Lane waiting for the next cheap train home. I have visited the same sites in and around Brick Lane for several years now as the layers of artwork are constantly changing like the tide. Here are a few from my favourite locations. What I like about […]

By Any Means

A brief flash on the screen whilst I caught up with By Any Means the other night showed this piece of art just off Brick Lane The above taken on Nikon P6000 The original Man at Work was taken on Agfa Vista 200 on an FE2

Street Art and all that

Today I went up to London to collect my rejects from Taylor Wessing 2013 with Keith Locke who had managed to get into the last 300 selected from 5410 entries. Pretty good going for Keith and a stunning image to boot. On the way we diverted to the Whitechapel Gallery and detoured down Brick Lane […]

Out of the gutter

I have swung into action picking up other threads of work following my gutter exercises and found other shapes and colours that attract me. I normally have a camera about my person and some days it is a juggle to choose which one on top of or instead of the ever faithful Nikon P6000. Just […]

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