A look back at 2013…..
The lovely people at SNAPPP magazine in Taiwan have featured my work in issue 25 of their rather wonderful photography magazine.
My ‘Let the poets cry themselves to sleep’ series was blogged on Conscientious. I’m a happy camper.
Center Gai, Shibuya, Tokyo. The rarely seen and almost never photographed mating ritual of the “bleached coiffure construction worker” and the “covered face fascist”. The ritual begins with the construction worker, seen here in his usual green coloured plumage, feigning sleep in the middle of a busy pedestrian street, the perfect tactic to attract the…
A selection of photos from my “Let the poets cry themselves to sleep” series recently appeared on the CNNgo site.People started twittering about it, then someone Dugg it and then all hell broke loose.
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.
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…
Dogenzaka,Shibuya,September 08 My obsession with sleeping people continues unabated, but this one is from September ’08, part of my ‘A year ago’ series.
Ah, sleeping guy, nice light, geometric elements. One for the collection…(crouch) (click) (click)
Inspired in part by motionid and his ‘from the archives’ posts over on his blog, I have been looking back through photos from a year ago, seeing if there are pictures I didn’t like at the time which I like now and attempting to see if there has been any progression/changes in my work.