As promised here is the second installment of the “Unpublished 2009” set.
After a slightly rocky road and a story best left untold, a gallery of photos from my “let the poets cry themselves to sleep” series has been published on CNNgo, the travel branch of the CNN website. The gallery which contains previously unseen pictures from the series can be seen on the CNNgo site HERE.
I’ll just post one unpublished picture from each month of the past year.
Over on his very very cool new Big Pictures site, Mr Jim O’Connell has posted a weird slowed down video of me in all my dark glory ;-) To share the incoming link love, I won’t post it here I’ll just link to it. HERE Thanks Jim, I’m flattered.
I was lucky enough to meet KiemTang a.k.a. Society Works who was passing through our little metropolis the past few days.
Professor David Nutt of the University of Bristol is one of my new heroes. Controversially (exactly to who I don’t quite understand) together with a team of highly respected experts he drew up a new classification system for drugs based on “harm”, the rankings placed Alcohol far above Ecstacy, causing outrage in middle England. That…
Bumped into a friend whilst out wandering a few days ago and he took me to a little izakaya in Sangenjaya with this self service beer machine.
Can’t believe it was 2 years ago this month when we were graced with the presence of Mr Arnaud De Grave in our little village, Tokyo.
My Father, John Storey (Pictured above) is a damn fine human being, a man who taught me what integrity means and made it forever impossible for me to look at oil paintings of countryside scenes without slipping into a boredom induced coma, thanks to his vain attempts to educate me in the arts as a…
A few weeks ago I wrote a post about a band, GEEKS, playing outside Shibuya station who made me stop and listen, a rare occurance indeed.
I contacted them after to tell them about my blog post and several emails later I was invited to the last gig of their recent Japanese tour.