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The Boy, The Mole, The fox and The Horse

The Boy, The Mole, The fox and The Horse. I was given this book for Christmas. I had not heard of it before. As I let the book fall open I was so immediately captivated by what I could see that I had to write about it. It touches the heart strings, it understands, it…
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PROFESSOR STRETCH

PROFESSOR STRETCH I recall photographing the ‘Artful Badger’ at Wilderness Festival one Summer’s afternoon. It was a few years back now… don’t ask me how many. It was early evening and you know how it is at festivals, people are all shimmying their way through in their own way, but together. Suddenly in what seemed…
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Ronnie Wood – This Guy Can Paint!

Ronnie Wood Collection I noticed on instagram that Ronnie Wood had a pop up exhibition coming up in London. I’ve been caring for my Grandmother these past few weeks, months, so have not been going out quite so much. Perspective is a wonderful thing and when you realise that time is so limited, how I…
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FINLAY COWAN

FINLAY COWAN The artist stepping into the frame. This particular artist is what I would describe to be simply a rare and unique creature. The most genius in depth and inspiration for the magnitude of the creations that sparkle upon him leave those who see his work in pure awe. An artist who’s history links…
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Willow Robinson

willow robinson interview with gem rey

Dave Barbarossa

Interview with Dave Barbarossa 1. Where are you from? I’m from Hackney, London. 2. What do you do? I play the drums. I’ve written a novel: ‘Mud Sharks’. 3. In what way did music first arrive into your life? As a small child, listening to my dad’s Latin American music, cha cha cha, mambo etc.…
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Killing Joke Live at O2 Academy Brixton

O2 Brixton Academy last Friday night was rammed. Fans crossing all ages and fashions to see this legendary band. To give you a back history for those who don’t know, Killing Joke are an English rock band formed back in October 1978. They released their first album in 1980. This iconic collective have influenced some major artists such…
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Ferris & Sylvester

One afternoon during a rainy day in the Summer, I arrived at Youth’s (Martin Glover) London studio. He was in a recording session so couldn’t hear the bell. I stood there a while and then all of a sudden the front door opened and these two lovely faces greeted me, a little amused as I was…
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The Puretone Orchestra: Brixton Electric

This sold out gig organised by Steve Kundalini with Aiowave took place last night at the Brixton Electric, Friday 14th October 2016. A stage with visually and scientifically detailed technology with lighting and musically synced psychedelic movements that linked every track to the chakras through colour and movement in this 3D effect. DJ sets by the…
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Thailand with Danny Paradise

When we meet those special individuals in life who become the angel sparks in your everyday’s, you simply cannot imagine how life existed without them. Danny Paradise is one of those people. The first time we met was at a gig at The Paradise (no pun intended!) in Kensal Rise organised by my friend Wade Bayliss.…
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