It’s been an emotional week. After a good few years of grumbling about it I made the decision to get rid of the big green van (BGV). Ultimately this is a very happy liberating decision – but lets face it … Continue reading
Lovely morning at the studio today to make a portrait of Paul Vallot – biology teacher by day and bee keeper extraordinaire at other times. We met a few weeks ago in chef Andrew Fairlie’s secret, and somewhat magical, garden. … Continue reading
Some of the usual suspects in attendance, a few new faces and two great chats about their work from Damian Shields and Douglas McBride. I’ve known Damian for years – mostly as a very talented imaging guru – but then discovered … Continue reading
Crackin’ wee nite of film, photos and homemade soup at the studio yesterday. Chris Leslie showed his latest short film – “Lights Out” which provides an insight into the remarkably varying opinions of the last inhabitants of Glasgows Bluevale and … Continue reading
Don’t you love it when a plan starts to come together? Several years ago I started to get a little frustrated with the van/darkroom set up. Running the van is crazily expensive, and leaving the camera set up on the … Continue reading
“4 out of 5 people on the planet suffer as a result of globalisation.” Staggering!! At long last got round to watching this documentary on the work of Sebastian Salgado – well worth a look.