Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Panes Installation

I showed my short video Panes in an installation at Uni the other day. The video is simply a long gaze out of a window.I don't think I will put the video up on here because it's not very interesting...I want to carry on using windows for a video piece....just with a touch of thrill and storyline...

Thursday, 25 March 2010

Snappy Snaps

Design ideas for the front cover of the BA Hons Photography Degree Show at Manchester School of Art, by myself and Sophie Lee... Hopefully we will have it all worked out soon!

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Zine Showcase

I am quite sad I couldn't make it to the zine showcase at mongomery's cafe in Glasgow, where one of my books 'your c' was being shown, however here is a nice picture of the preview night...


I am showing a new video piece at uni this week. It's called Panes and will be showing in the black room to the left of the Holden Gallery on Thursday 25th March...I will upload the actual video in a couple of days if you can't make it down...

Friday, 19 March 2010

Degree Show Catalogue

Designing the Photography Degree Show Catalogue...Sophie and I are thinking photo album style-no long boring statements-just good photographs...Real simple.

Lavender de Provence

Today my lavender plant sprouted, whilst R.P played his new records. It must love good vibrations.

Thursday, 18 March 2010


I am featured on the a-n website today!

Addressograph finished

The second installment of the Undercroft book series I am working on is finished...I am planning on a third...but in need of a little inspiration...

Now Now

If you happen to be in Glasgow this weekend, pop in to Montgomery's Cafe ( 9 Radnor Street, Glasgow, G3 7UA ) and have a look at the zine showcase that is happening there. The preview is tomorrow night from half past 6...You may even spot one of my creations there!

Tuesday, 2 March 2010


The Adressograph is a little machine that has been dug out of the bowels, of the soon to be demolished, Undercroft building at Manchester School of Art. I've been working on a book about it to follow up 'Goodbye Undercroft' that came before it. Funny old addresses with no post codes and strange names. I wonder who the last person was to use the Addressograph?