The lovely Rocket Cafe‘s site has just gone live this weekend, and not a moment too soon because the world needs bacon..and coffee! Graeme came straight to me for photos, brimming with fatherly trust and we’re all pretty chuffed with the results. Separate post for this one.
Edinburgh’s The Audience Business commissioned me at the start of August to freshly stock up their own up and coming portal website for theatre and cultural events ticketing across the city, another project which has recently come to a happy end. This was it, the classic, mysterious commission that i was forewarned about by a photographer before me. With no prior knowledge of the company, and most out of the blue indeed did i find myself sitting about in my pants one afternoon when the phone rang to an unknown number. And that apparently, if there ever was to be one, is the life story of photography. More encouragement for pants sitting, great, thats all i need.
It was perfectly me. I had access to 17 venues on the v.i.p (pretty much all of which i had never set proper foot in) for one thing and one thing only – photography. When i wasn’t in any of these i was schlepping a camera from A to K for photos of the buzz about the city in Edinburgh. And what a buzz, but don’t take my word for it, because they don’t call me Mr. I haven’t written a proper blog post in over 2 months where August is now long a thing of the past thanks a bunch, for nothing. Here’s a quick overview of some of what we created.
And can i take this chance to send out shockwaves of coolness to Blogger Draft, a beta version of what went before but with: Additional features that i cant find and, A huge desire to mess about with my files! thanks jerks. Its my own fault for being so technologically moronic, and true to character, im going to keep on using it!