I found this packet addressed to my Granddad‘s house in Hough Green, Widnes in the loft at my Mum and Dad’s, it contained a 16mm cine film. It did not look like it had ever been viewed, it is the perfect time capsule. I’m not sure who is filming, I guess it is him but at one point he disappears into the darkContinue reading “1975 Cine Film”
I went out to Sicily to photograph. While i was there I soon realised that must start film and using time-lapse to further my experience. This video was shot free hand. The poem was written while I was there. The sounds in the background are the tuna steaks we bought cooking on the Barbecue The ambient sound is from the supermarket we went toContinue reading “Bueno, Millazzo”
Again more adventures into moving image. I like this it has a real dirty feel to it. It makes me feel like the journey back from something that may have regretted doing. I think the music rumbles along really well with it. As ever let me know what you think, feel, dislike… Oe3uieB-6u8 <iframe width=”640″ height=”360″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/Oe3uieB-6u8″Continue reading “I just Left Her There…”
INNER The mothers clasp, in safety to hold, enclose. Inner winter warm repels the cold. Warms the soul controlled, relax, breath out, childhood stories told turning, caring, comfort it never grows old.
http://www.sammellishphotography.co.uk/ontheroad/index.html Oh why do i love stuff like this so much… A lovely set of images from photographer Sam Mellish. This is a new name to me. There is a nod to Paul Graham in the work. This in no way takes from the fresh originality of the images. I found the selection gave me a warmContinue reading “A Tweet A Day: on the road by Sam Mallish”