Monthly Archives: October 2011

Confessional hypocrisy

Okay, the tutorials of the past week have been enormously enjoyable – Ed Kashi was hilarious, practical and encouraging; Peter Fraser was nurturing, challenging and honest. It’s left me sensing that there is, after all, a voice somewhere in my … Continue reading

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Touching the feel

Following on from last week’s post about ‘finding the voice’, I’m eager to dive into Peter Fraser’s ‘feel’ section of the course. There’s a lot about this MA that feels like therapy – I’ve had to acknowledge certain fears, inadequacies and insecurities … Continue reading

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Richard and Diane up a tree, k.i.s.s.i.n.g.

It feels odd blogging after a couple of months; I specifically exiled myself after the intensity of the essay and photo project, but am now back in the saddle. My recent tutorial with Patrick Sutherland was helpful although, at c. 20 minutes, … Continue reading

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