I live in Edinburgh with two cats. I’m an espresso addict and a fan of chocolate

I love getting comments on my work. I feel the best response to a comment is not a “thank you!” reply but a commitment to look at your work and find a picture I’d like to leave a comment on. This is the policy of a group I joined, and I thought it sensible and practical: there is so much good stuff on RedBubble that often it takes a reminder to go look to find what’s no longer on the front page.

I have a blog: http://EdinburghEye.wordpress.com/

  • Joined: August 2007


Global news agency sues photographer for "antagonistic assertion of rights"

On Monday 26th April, Agence France Presse (AFP filed a complaint in the United States District Court Southern District of New York against Haiti-based photographer Daniel Morel. / Daniel Morel took iconic photographs of the aftermath of the Haitian earthquake in January, and uploaded them to TwitPic (a website whose TOS include the retention of the creator’s copyright) and then linked to t…
Posted almost 9 years – 2 comments

Invisible photos

I ought to be pleased that Remember To Turn Your Head Away has been featured in Show me a Sign. / And I am. But the pleasure is somewhat removed because this is one of the pics that Redbubble has suddenly decided that we don’t really need to see – something that’s been happening to me on an irregular and spontaneous basis for days, and which Redbubble is offering no explanation …
Posted about 9 years – Leave a comment

"You must have a really good camera!"

Twice in the past month dear friends have looked at really good photos I took and said, spontaneously “You must have a really good camera!” / And I do. I’m very fond of my cute little pocket camera. It takes good pics and goes everywhere with me. / But… even though I’m very fond of my camera, it doesn’t take these really good photos ALL BY ITSELF. / I have some…
Posted over 9 years – 1 comments

Seizure: 28th November

“Seizure”, by Roger Hiorns, is one of those ideas elemental in their simplicity. It existed from 3rd September to 30th November 2008, at 157 Harper Road, London SE1. / Hiorns took a derelict flat, in a block about to be destroyed, and made it into a waterproof tank into which he poured 90000 litres of hot copper sulphate solution, and left it for two weeks. The remainder of the soluti…
Posted over 10 years – Leave a comment
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