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One day I will….
This is how quite a few things start in my life. I have an idea, put it on a shelf and then one day I have to do something about it.
This is it: A 12cm tall, 65% dark chocolate hollow Easter Bunny with my face on. Tada;)
Join me to welcome in the festive period at our Open Studios Evening. Come and see the latest work from a selection of contemporary artists and designers at Make Space Studios whilst indulging in mulled wine and mince pies!
From paintings, sculpture and ceramics to luxury fashion accessories and stationery – don’t miss this unique opportunity to peak inside this creative space near the Southbank and get your Christmas shopping started.
I have also teamed up with another musician (Giovanni Petrolito) and we are planning to do a little jam session around 8pm.
Thursday 28th November
4pm – 9pm
Make Space Studios, Newnham Terrace, SE1 7DR
Nearest tube Lambeth North or Waterloo
I have finally managed to go and see the famous Greyhound Dog racing in London/Wimbledon. I wanted to do this for quite a while and finally managed to go and take my camera. The races are usually held in the evenings, so I had to turn up my ISO to pretty much maximum making them quite grainy. The leading dogs look as if they are running on their hind legs…
To see all pictures, please click here
Yesterday I went to take a look at the first ever 3D Printshow in London. The event is packet with the latest additions to small scale and very affordable 3D printers, 3D scanners and software packages.
If you would like the chance to view the future of manufacturing and the world of 3D printing, then this is the place to go this weekend. The 3D Printshow takes place at The Brewery, Chiswell St, London from 19 to 21 October.
To get a glimpse of the 3D Print Live Show, then click the image below to get to the gallery.
I had the pleasure to go on a helicopter sightseeing tour of London yesterday with the London Helicopter centre in Redhill Surrey. The trip was taken with a AS 350 Squirrel. With 140 mph top speed we reached London in just a few minutes to fly along the River Thames giving me some opportunities to make use of my camera. The weather could have been better, as most of central London was covered in mist, covering the glass of the helicopter. However I still managed to get some quite nice shots of famous locations such as Battersea Power Station, Houses of Parliament, London Eye and the City of London with its skyscrapers. I have added a few images to my galleries.