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The other day I saw a tweet from Jonathan Worth about a video conversation with Graham Macindoe  - a photographer based in New York, which was part of the PHONAR open photography class at Coventry University. I am a massive fan of the work done...

My partner Tim Gray has a new photographic exhibition opening today (15th October 2012) at the Glasgow Mackintosh Church as part of the First Creative Mackintosh Festival. The Exhibition shows some of the photographs from Tim's End of History photographic project which records and documents the...

Whilst listening to the change11 mooc broadcast on dltv today I was also making some art dammit for ds106. I was listening to Stephen Downes talking about the fact that when conversations happen between people who are 'well'  connected -others are left out. I thought...

It's been a challenging few weeks for us as a family thinking about the future and what it may bring, in many ways, so I have found refuge in working with my photos (always theraputic for me). The other day I published some photographs I made...

This is a follow-on post to the one I did for DS106 on averaging of photos  which was for visual assignment 13. That post included a tutorial on how to use picassa to average out 50 photos taken from a flickr search. In that post I...

I am currently deciding what to do for the video assignment for ds106. So many things to try. I'm undecided as yet but wanted to share some old videos (made in 2007). These have been blogged before when I made them but the reason I...

This photo is for the linear daily shoot with it's lovely neat lines and inspired by Jim Grooms choices daily shoot. I love seeing other people's book shelves or dvd shelves.Here is one of our dvd shelves...

If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Henry David Thoreau Love Henry David Thoreau quotes but using this as my excuse...

Dr Oblivion has either gone into hiding or may have been abducted but we must  keep his virtual profile alive or he may fade into nothing. We can't let that happen. Dr Oblivion Exits...

One of the ds106 assignments is to produce an image by averaging photos in flickr according to a concept. Timmmmyboy has produced a great tutorial which uses photoshop.  I have made some of these several years ago (2006) - the first one by accident when...