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I make things on the web, mobile and in the actual world.

I've done lots of bits and bobs over the years, and right now I'm mostly working on this.

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Marrakech: Day Two (part two)

We spent a couple of hours in the Majorelle Gardens which was, if entirely faux, very pleasant.

Marrakech: Day Two (part one)

I love the space-invader-like carpet.

Our first day in Marrakech (part two)

Melanie Crifth!

Our first day in Marrakech (part one)

City of constant movement, spiced air and hungry eyes.
28th Nov 2009, 23:44   | tags:,,comments (7)

Arriving in Marrakech

Our riad was lovely and look! Towel Swans!

Enjoying Marrakech - a taster

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we dont have much bandwidth here and roaming data is RIDICULOUSLY expensive, so here's a taster of our trip: Jule's eyes pop with this blue scarf no?
22nd Nov 2009, 18:14   comments (5)

I Am Here: Fantastic social photography project

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From the site:

"Boarded-up and half-empty housing estates have become familiar landmarks in the contemporary urban landscape. Their façades function as projection screens for collective fears and fantasies of troubled and dangerous environments that may lurk behind. This perception is all the more emphasized when rapid redevelopment encircles such estates with new luxury loft apartments and live–work spaces.

I Am Here intervenes in this dynamic of preconception and projection, replacing the 67 bright orange boards – which have covered the windows of empty flats in Samuel House since April 2007 – with large-scale photographs of residents on the estate. Located alongside the busy and picturesque Regent’s Canal in the heartland of Hackney, wedged between Kingsland Road and Queensbridge Road, the five-storey block quickly became an object of curiosity, often pointed out, talked about and photographed by passersby."
20th Nov 2009, 12:07   comments (5)

Camera-Toss fun

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20th Nov 2009, 12:06   comments (4)