It’s official…

There will be an exhibition of my 365 Portraits project from 11th September to the 17th September in The Turbine House exhibition space in Reading Town Museum’s extension property Blake’s Lock Museum. There will be a Private View (by invitation only) on the 12th of September from 1930h – Invitations will follow. WOOHOO!

Time marches ever on…

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here, so I though that I might use this arena as a place to discuss this year’s ‘thing-a-day’ project.  Today is the sixth of the way there mark; sixty-one days of writing between 100 and 1024 characters every single day.  Already I am finding it to be […]

365 Ficlets – Day #41 ~ “Careless”

Eva pulled her hand back, shocked by the heat. She had not expected the stove to be on and so had simply reached out for the pan to pick it up by its rim. The dull pain of a burn was already throbbing in her fingers as she plunged her hand into the cold water […]

Re Last Post…

…does anyone know where I could get a quote for a 1 week public liability insurance policy for an exhibition? The space I am trying to book is free to use, but I will need to supply my own insurance… Help me lazyweb, you’re my only hope!

I don’t want to get too excited, but…

…it looks like I may be having my exhibition for my 365 Portraits project in September this year. Clearly if it generates any interest at all I will tour it around a little, but just to begin with I want to see it up on the walls somewhere. I’m not going to say any more […]

A quick test…

If I’ve done this right, this post will appear on my Blogger Blog and my Vox Blog, and my LJ… PUSH THE BUTTON!

Re-Factoring – The Joy of Code…

One of the things I like more than anything about my job – I am a coder by profession – is that there is always room for improvement in any application. There is no such thing as a ‘perfect’ app and there is always something that can be improved upon if there is the spare […]

Things that you never thought you’d hear…

This morning my train into Paddington was quite badly delayed; this is not unusual… Anyway, just outside the station as we were waiting for the platform clearance the train manager came onto the tannoy to apologise, which he did and then during his patter he said: “…I’m afraid to say that the only good news […]

Whitstable Sunset…

Yesterday evening I went to Whitstable on my way home. I had initially hoped to be able to catch up with my friend Sally, but even though she was not around I was really pleased to be in Whitstable – it’s one of my peaceful places – and so I took my camera and wandered […]

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