I was asked a while back if I’d donate something to a raffle in aid of Special Effect, who specialise in adapting console and computer controls for physically disabled children and adults – that’s everything from making a 360 controller a bit easier to use, all the way to tailoring eye-tracking software for the otherwise utterly paralysed.
I’d been planning to experiment with masks in any case, so here’s the results! Done using Fabriano pastel paper and Robeson metallic ink.
Also, this pendant, made using laser-cut pieces and ceramic wash.
Next week, I’m lighting “Dinner”, by Moira Buffini, at the Network Theatre underneath Waterloo Station in London. That’s Tuesday 16th October to Friday 19th October – doors open at 19:00 for 19:30, and tickets are £11 from Ticketsource. Click here to download the flyer in PDF.
The lighting won’t be anything particularly fancy, but then this really isn’t the play for it – so if you were thinking of going to this play to see the lighting, wait till my next one! Instead, go to this one for the acting. And the lobsters.
A couple of extremely talented musician friends asked me to do some graphic design & branding for them recently – here’s the results.
“Her Name Means Wolf is a music project by singer Claudia “Clouds” Guastella which draws many of its influence from British Isles folk. New videos around once a week, or whenever Clouds can get all their computer bits to work.”
These were my birthday present to my partner – last year’s was a studio session to get this recording of trad folk song “Young Hunting” (Child 68) done. Listen, admire, ask for more!