Kirkstall Festival

For the 30th Anniversary of Kirkstall Festival (Leeds, UK) photographers were invited to come along and capture as many images as possible – these were later combined into an exhibition and book project managed by East Street Arts. In addition to my usual digital imagery I also took along my Voigtlander Brilliant and captured someContinue reading “Kirkstall Festival”

And now, ‘Home from Home’ – the ’zine

Hot on the heels of finishing exhibiting in the Home from Home exhibition – I’m exhilarated to say… not only have the organisers approved my designs for the Home from Home ‘zine – a photographic record of the exhibition but… East Street Arts have agreed to print it! I’m now waiting final information about production – butContinue reading “And now, ‘Home from Home’ – the ’zine”

A night of tent-based mayhem…

Thursday just gone saw me frantically driving from Harrogate to Leeds to get to 153 Woodhouse Lane so I could brief three would-be animals on mischief and bad behaviour ahead of the reading of ‘The tent that Jon made’. After cursing at endless sunday-type drivers I arrived in the city centre; through ‘costumes’ at theContinue reading “A night of tent-based mayhem…”

All about being ‘home from home’

Things are steamrollering ahead with ‘The tent that Jon made‘, in promotional terms at least. Following a showing of images from the book (and it’s prologue, Alan and the Animals – see above) the work also got accepted as a part of the 80-artist strong exhibition ‘Home from Home’. (for display, see right) This exhibitionContinue reading “All about being ‘home from home’”