Each day this week I’ll show three of the portraits I’ve just completed, now on show as ‘Photographing Resistance’ at the Forum, University of Exeter. Each tableau consists of a […]
Opening on the 15th of this month, at University of Exeter’s Forum, my first commission to create portraits, this time of researchers in the Anitmicrobial Resistance (AMR) Network. Each portrait […]
The New Forest Imaginarium is next up: opening at the end of the month in Sway, Hampshire, right in the heart of the Forest. I’m now working on the LIDAR […]
The visualisation of the moisture data is progressing. Now in our last week of getting this video together.
My latest scan for ‘Just Add Water’. A combination of four different scans. There is a quiet frozen quality to these 3D models – a still life in point cloud […]
Flat out on this video for Plymouth University’s Sustainable Earth Institute. Plenty of hiccups along the way, but exciting to try new processes. This is storyboard version II. I’m working […]
Working on visualisations of moisture data with Nat. Here are some early experiments.
Some images from this outing of Surface Tensions – HERE
Back in the New Forest to get this project off the ground, now that things are opening up after lockdown. Based at spudWORKS, I’ll be scouting the forest for suitable […]
These are the ingredients for making cob, or more to the point the updated version of cob, cobbauge, that they are developing at Plymouth University. I’ve been down there the […]
Really pleased to have been awarded DYCP (Develop Your Creative Practice) funding from Arts Council England. It is to go towards developing my work with point clouds and virtual interaction, […]
Emerging from lockdown like a Mayfly from the river, Surface Tensions can be seen for the 1st time on the last weekend in May – three days only! So if […]
Hermann von Helmholtz, (1821–1894) is often considered to be one of the last polymaths in science: the final incarnation of a time when the whole of science could be grasped […]
The word ‘petrichor’ refers to the wonderful scent given off by dry earth when rain falls upon it. It comes from the Greek: ‘petra’ for rock, and ‘ichor’, which was […]
It’s a new word to me: tamp. It’s when you pack something down firmly, avoiding too much pressure that it becomes squashed: in the world of earth building that would […]
I spent yesterday in the CobBauge workshop at Plymouth Uni, finding out more about this material. The day was spent fluctuating between two poles: one, earthed, that what we are […]