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Monthly Exhibition – February 2012

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

This year I’m going to try and put a short slideshow, about one or two minutes long, on my blog once a month. The idea is it’ll be like a regularly changing exhibition.

Each month there’ll be a different subject and I hope it’ll encourage me to go through my archive and fish out some pictures that have languished for too long in the dark caverns of my studio.

If you can’t see the movie below click here to see a wmv version

The first such spectacular uses pictures from my Bous al Carrer project. I hope you enjoy it.

I’m showing at Slideluck Potshow London, 18th June 2011

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

The good people over at Slideluck Potshow have decided they’d like to show my Theresienstadt movie!


Turn the sound up - it's got music!

[If you can’t play the movie above click here]

Anyone who was present at the Foto8 SlideSlam last June will have seen this with live music from Lindsay Arn, soprano, and Sally Stares, cello. The great news is that both Lindsay and Sally will be doing the live performance again on the 18th – but this time there’ll be two violins too!

To say I’m looking forward to it is something of an understatement…

The full details of the event are here, but basically everyone brings food and it’s all shared out, so what you actually get to eat is potluck, then you can sit back and watch the shows. The venue is SNAP in Islington. The food starts at 7pm, the shows start at 9pm, and the party starts afterwards!

Get along!

“An Introduction” – The Movie

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

I the hope that it might help to give people an idea of what I do, I’ve put together a little slideshow:

[If you can’t play the movie above click here]

It’s only 3 minutes – hope you enjoy it. If it encourages you to browse through the pictures then you can start here.

Theresienstadt slideshow for Foto8 Slide Slam

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

I attended Foto8’s first Slide Slam at the HOST gallery in Islington last week, not being sure what to expect. On the whole I enjoyed the evening, especially the space hopper bit by Paul Treacy and Tim Hetherington’s piece at the end.

Now I haven’t done a slide show of my pictures since the days of Kodak Carousels and audio tapes, but I thought I’d try something out for the next Slide Slam. Have a look and tell me what you think: