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The Graveyard Shift

The Graveyard Shift

One of the many mucho cool people we’ve met via playing at festivals is the rather splendid James Millar. As a creative director it’s cool to meet someone who’s work has that spark about it. I love the way James does light and he’s got a great...
Postcards from the Hedge

Postcards from the Hedge

Hawes is a town with a lot of history for such a small place. Opposite the Chapel we live in is the Dales Countryside Museum which is in the old train station for the Wensleydale railway. I was looking for some pictures the other day of the railway when it was open...
Camper-tastic!

Camper-tastic!

Hit the road in Pearl our 67 Splitty camper to visit Solfest. Solfest is a nice chilled out festival in North Cumbria and we had a good few days – highlights were KT Tunstall, Adam Ant and Louis Barrabas and the Bedlam Six… Here’s a couple o’...
Thirsty?

Thirsty?

Simple photo – kinda liked the way the lighting and ice interacted. Touch of tweaking and colour saturation and here it is. Taken on an iPhone at TGI Fridays then edited with Photoshop Express and Tilt Shift...

The Sweetest Thing

There’s now a couple of local shops (stores) selling imported American sweets (candy) and I picked up some Mountain Dew earlier… It’s a great taste and so much better than the energy drink version that’s on sale here… Only problem is that...
Have You Seen The Boy?

Have You Seen The Boy?

I’ve been working with those nice people at Kelham Island Museum in Sheffield on an event that is coming up as part of the Children’s Festival 2011. It’s called a Kelham Haunting and is a essentially a spooky after hours guided tour of the museum and...