I was driving through the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming, in the mid-west of the United States, at five o’clock in the morning. The sun was beginning to rise and the glint of its first rays sparkled across the tops of the thick overnight snow, as it weighed down the branches of the ghostly-white spruce trees. Read more about Deep Shadows[…]
It’s called DUMBO – Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass. It’s a crowd of statuesque warehouses and fashionable shops. Here, you can buy a huge variety of attention-grabbing salads and 14 different kinds of bagels. There’s a range of baby shops and hardware stores. It’s gentrified New York under the Manhattan Bridge in Brooklyn. And it’s Read more about Multimedia storytelling[…]
Insignificant mortals, who are as leaves are, and now flourish and grow warm with life, and feed on what the ground gives, but then again fade away and are dead. – Homer, Iliad Some time ago, I made a documentary series on Death & Dying, in which I interviewed a man who had been declared Read more about Disparate threads[…]
I took our two year old Baby Joe to play group this morning. There must have been 20 kids there, all around 2 or 3 years old, and all with their parents/carers. I was the only man. As usual, someone asked me if I was baby Joe’s grandfather – it’s really not easy being a Read more about A lap of honour[…]
Dawn in the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming, and the only thing on the radio is fire and brimstone. The Art of Attraction in New York’s famous Washington Square Park and the power of multimedia storytelling. The inner nature of a child. The disparate threads of life’s rich tapestry.