Category Archives: documentary photography

Abstract success

Delighted to hear I’ve had an image shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society’s International Print Exhibition 159!

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ARC and UN ‘Faith in the Future’ conference, Bristol

Another hugely stimulating event with ARC (Alliance of Religions and Conservation) & the UN in Bristol last week.
‘Faith in the Future’ brought together 120 delegates (faith leaders from around the globe, members of the UN, the World Bank, the French & German governments, WWF & other NGO’s plus representatives from the local secondary school) to discuss the implementation of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in preparation for their launch in New York at the end of this month.
The 3 day event opened with a colourful procession & ceremony in the ancient Lord Mayors Chapel. Besides presentations & discussions there was a ‘play time’ & dinner at the science complex @Bristol hosted by the Mayor & a wonderful dance performance by Flamingo Chicks, a troop of mentally & physically disabled children from Bristol.
The combination of cultures & backgrounds, enthusiasm & expertise created very inspiring & challenging debate which was a priviledge to witness.

Fundraiser & Presentation of Arts Council project The Great & The Small

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Final presentation of the Arts Council project ‘The Great & The Small’ & Fundraiser for Theatre Village in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Film, photographs, live performance and discussion at The Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis Dorset today – 9th December 2013, 3 – 6pm

The Great & The Small – exhibition of photography, film, performance & sculpture

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‘The Great & The Small’ – an Arts Council project produced by Stray Dog Productions (of which I am a part) presents a final viewing of the mixed media exhibition of photographs, film, sculpture & performance:

At The Jam Factory, Lime Kiln Lane, Uplyme Dorset DT7 3XQ  Friday 6th & Saturday 7th December 10 – 5pm, Sunday 8th 11- 2pm

“Entering The Jam Factory I had a sense of excitement reminiscent of one of London’s ‘great’ exhibitions….hungry!”

“…walking around the room, tuning into different sensory elements, I was visually and intellectually captivated, compelled to look, read and listen more”

“It was a true collaboration and public art at its best”

“….Someone better call Tate Modern!!”