Liala Payne was also the Mother of my Brother Daniel and the Daughter of my Italian Grandmother, Ofelia. I guess I am writing it down to clear my head. Perhaps it will be cathartic. Maybe I am finding any opportunity to distract myself. At 2:20am as we lay exhausted in our beds after many many bedside hours, she was breathing her last breath. She lay in a hospital in the center of England. … [Read more...] about My Mother Died Today
Archives for December 2007
OK, I am upping the stakes now as in a few weeks I hope to be flying out to Jordon to do a podcast on refugees fleeing Iraq.To do it properly I would really like to get my hands on the best possible digital SLR on the market today. In my mind (as a Nikon user with a heap of lenses) this has to be the Nikon D3.This is a whole heap of camera costing a whole heap of money (over £3000) and although I … [Read more...] about Up and coming Projects.
It feels like it has been days since I last posted. It is days, weeks. Days and weeks spent on Seesmic. This is what I wanted to talk about today.. Not the fact that I need to work on my time management, not that I have been short of bloggable inspiration, but the fact I am hooked on a new video blogging application I have been meaning to write about since my first 'seesmic … [Read more...] about Seesmic
I was very pleased to receive an email today telling me of a published report being released on a symposium I attended earlier this year. The report from The Democratic Image - Photography and Globalisation held in Manchester last April covered this groundbreaking event that sought to investigate how digital technology was aiding representation in a connected world. My initial invite came … [Read more...] about The Democratic Image – Photography and Globalisation