I have been creative all my life, and wouldn’t want it any other way…except possibly a wee bit tidier!
My ‘first love’ is my writing, which covers many genres, but is primarily fantastical, as I get to let my crazy imagination loose whilst I do this. I write long and short pieces of fantasy, the shortest being those I seem to be continually scribbling for the Twisted Tales Star twister competitions. Currently on the go I have three long, potential novels, fantasy works of an adventure or Romantic theme, several short stories as developed for competitions again with a fantastical or romantic often adventurous theme.
My photography tends to focus on plants, landscapes and buildings on the basis that they remain stationary- I haven’t yet mastered movement techniques on my camera though I would love to do more animal and sport photography. There are, of course, a few exceptions as you will no doubt discover
Please address any critique to my bubble mail- any is welcome.
Some of my Favourite of my pieces_
Featured works include:
My Most popular image- Willoughby Rooflight
Thirsy no longer in my profile, but can be returned by request.
It has been an age since I have properly focused on Redbubble, and I feel it is time I took things in hand again. I want to control, manage and plan my account – review what I offer and hopefully develop my creativity (and ideally sales!) again. / To do this I will reduce my group management, my group membership and severely reduce my portfolio. This will take some time, but hopefully this …
I recently visited a local Derbyshire tradition – the Well Dressing. The Dance group I belong to has regularly been involved demonstrating for West Hallam, and this year was no exception. Amongst the stalls raising funds for charities by selling bird boxes/ scented bits an craft stalls was a local authress selling her first novel. / Although passing at a run, I had to stop and I was sold on…
OVer the last few months I have found myself drifted away from Redbubble as other commitments have been forefront in my mind. This is a shame as the works on here are inspirational and deserve a bit of time and acknowledgement. / However, my committments aren’t drying up (although now that the Olympics have finished, I have received all of my training and spent 10 days of hard holiday work …
I shall be away for the next week as I am endeavouring to cycle the TransPenine Trail in the UK – from Southport on the West Coast to Hornsea on the East. This is 215 miles (or there abouts) of opld railway tracks, river side paths and tow paths along canals. I’m hoping that this means reasonable terrain, even if I do have the Penines to cross! / Hopefully, there will be a journal to …