Welsh Streets

  In times of austerity councils like to take large a chunk of cash for condemning what they call derelict houses. They have done it with many parts of Liverpool now. Edge lane, parts of Anfield and Smithdown Road to name a few! Many of the terraces have gone but ls left is dystopian withContinue reading “Welsh Streets”

The Box or Road End

This is a poem about me. I went to my first Liverpool F.C game in 1987 and my first Widnes R.L.F.C game in 1983. So aged 3 and 7 them memories etch into your brain. A right of passage what ever you go onto. Know one can take your teams away from you. I wasContinue reading “The Box or Road End”

A Sinister Side To Public Art

A Poem by Alan Whitfield A Sinister Side To Public Art From Helkyn I saw brilliance to the outermost edge a full-bodied blue like honey road lines like a cobra supplementing your passing beneath the over pass at hand, waving Why am I here, post haste I approach, like a supermarket bar code. The honeyContinue reading “A Sinister Side To Public Art”

Crosby Stills And Nash

This is a series of work that took on a Canon Demi film Camera. It’s a half frame camera so from 36 images you get 72. It was a rather considered piece in that sense. It was a total conceptual idea based around the object we all recognise. The Anthony Gormley‘s statues at Crosby. IContinue reading “Crosby Stills And Nash”

Chewing gum, Pigeons, cigarette butt…

Your Last Breath #5 Chewing gum, Pigeons,¬†cigarette¬†butt…  

Evening with John Davies

23 November 2010, 6.30pm Speaker: John Davies “John Davies is one of today’s most outstanding British photographers; he became famous through his research on the English industrial landscape, observed in vast and detailed views…” “John Davies’s work belongs to the world of contemporary documentary photography. Faithful to a refined, pure black and white, taken onContinue reading “Evening with John Davies”