Monday, 31 October 2011

Winchester School of Art: Typography Workshop

Last week i was invited by the team at Winchester School of Art to give a 1 day typographic workshop focussing on type as image to 1 st year Illustration Students. Having given this workshop in the past its always good to see the students starting to grasp how type can work as a three dimensional object within its own environment. Thanks to all the students and staff who assisted during the day.

Sunday, 30 October 2011


Again, busy studio move. Re - Focus getting back on it, Victoria Miro Saturday found time to check Tal R and Doug Aitken show's - both excellent. Strong sense of narrative combining past present and future between both artists work in different format and process. Connecting time with the present. Now. Spatial awareness in a digital  environment. Keep looking around you.


Daphne Oram

Oramics to Electronica: Revealing Histories of Electronic Music


Friday, 14 October 2011

NCC Interview on Shift

Shouts to the mighty Shift Magazine for the Interview and Nori for the Questions. Signup to their newsletter if you are nt already on the radar its a good one.

Read it here:

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Saturday, 8 October 2011


Due to alot of work at the moment I ve been up at dawn alot recently. But it's such a good way to start the day with orange and pink skies. Also been watching Arthur C Clarke's Mysterious World - The Yorkshire Televsion logo who produced the show is so good.

Thursday, 6 October 2011

Latitude Festival

It was a busy Summer and we re well into Autumn now. Latitude Festival took place place back in July - NCC collaborated with Holly on some animated pieces Produced by Fallon Films which were projected in water at night around the camp. Not just projected in the water but into and through water which was sprayed from the lake to form a temporary projection screen. Here's an edit of all the work produced by various directors:

LATITUDE 2011 / Water Projections Installation from Fallon Films on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Hepworth's Space and Form

Whilst we were in St Ives at the weekend it was great to see the home and studio of Barbara Hepworth. The actual studio spaces of which built alongside her garden were alot smaller than I had imagined considering both the size and complexity of some of the larger pieces often seen in context with her commissioned works. Also being able to view at first hand the sculpting tools and small maquette's together with further unfinished works built over time, space and form.