December 11, 2019

FMP – The conclusion

Where has that two years gone? I can’t believe it’s really over or even how much I have enjoyed studying. At the ripe age of fifty-three I survived Uni.

The course started with me feeling very intimidated, and I almost didn’t make it if it wasn’t for...

November 12, 2019

Cutting to scale and placing on walls made me feel it was like the real thing. It gave me real sense of how much space would be left. 

 The model not only added some fun in the family but gave me a real perspective of how it is going to look. Images to scale.

November 8, 2019

As I was photographing and looking for locations I began to see how important that land was. The dependence of the agricultural industry and the years of EU migrants establishing themselves in the communities set against the attitudes of some who long for “the way thin...

October 20, 2019

It's amazing how set on things you become. One thing I always notice with myself is that I am easily distracted, keeping to a plan is challenging as my artist side takes over and I go off on a tangent. I spent days driving around not really taking photos, the weather i...

September 16, 2019

Oh don't get me started on Brexit! I am at a loss anymore as to what to think. But being as I am looking at this as an option within my FMP I suppose it helps to not be opinionated. Remain or leave, the way the EU has treated us in the process would make me want to lea...

September 12, 2019

Over the last two months I have been in contact with BLESMA, twin tracking, current affairs project with BLESMA. After a very successful meeting and promises of plenty of models I could use to create images of anachronistic views. The idea was to look at costumes which...

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