Of church bells, towers & vertigo – 360-degree images from high above the River Severn

Earlier this year Andy Vivian very kindly took me up into the bell tower of St. Peter’s Church in Newnham. We were armed with my 360-degree camera which I controlled remotely. Those who know me well are aware that if I stand on a chair I get dizzy and wobbly, so going up into theContinue reading “Of church bells, towers & vertigo – 360-degree images from high above the River Severn”

sunspots in my eyes, sunrise over the Severn

I’m on the banks of the Severn, just before sunrise. I know it’s coming very soon, as above the Cotswold skyline there is a small row of eight or nine clouds just above the horizon. They look like fragments of torn paper, maybe from a to-do list, all of similar width and height, separated byContinue reading “sunspots in my eyes, sunrise over the Severn”

@technobiophilia – what is it? watch the video where Sue Thomas explains

There are many exciting things happening every day and we all have things that inspire us and make us wonder about the world. Some take delight in sport results, others nature, others art, others technology. Some of us find the blurirng of the edges of those things the most rich area to explore. I certainlyContinue reading “@technobiophilia – what is it? watch the video where Sue Thomas explains”

micro-residency for artist in libraries 6 weeks to respond by blogging, thinking, making

Today Simon Ryder and I did our first workshops in the two designated libraries in the Forest of Dean. Thanks to everyone that made it – it was a really fascinating day and everyone participated fully. Simon will be blogging about this micro-residency – he has less than 6 weeks to respond to the forestContinue reading “micro-residency for artist in libraries 6 weeks to respond by blogging, thinking, making”