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Being Grateful 5 and 6

The last couple of weeks have been bumpy; the usual dissenting voices have picked up the party line and it’s been a struggle to focus on the positive conversations. Reminding myself of the old management trick of focusing on one … Continue reading

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Being Grateful: 4

This week I’ve had a mountain for which I’m grateful. Out of the blue, I received a response to a post I made asking for info about Uncle Trevor.  All of that is better off in another blog, but this … Continue reading

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Recollect: book layout

This is the first edit of the book layout – any comments are appreciated…   Recollect Recollect book layout

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Edging closer

First class back after the long Summer break scared the hell out of me. The imminent hand-in dates became all too real. The pulse quickened, the head pounded, the fear set in. Our course tutor’s less than exuberant reaction to … Continue reading

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Making contact

After deciding to continue my exploration of death for my major project, I’m delving into how we communicate with our dead. First up was a psychic fair in Ewell, Surrey. There was a wealth of different mediums (the plural isn’t ‘media’, … Continue reading

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Shooting the Rethinker

Thank the baby Jesus, I’ve finally started shooting the second iteration of my Rethink project. The project’s not perfect by any stretch; I need to do more portraits and re-shoot Martin (however much I like this image, it doesn’t fit with the … Continue reading

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Memorialisation Unit 1.1

This project sets out to examine a number of ways in which individuals memorialise their dead as our society becomes more secular and less reliant on traditional church edicts. British church attendance has steadily fallen since the 1960’s; a number … Continue reading

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