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weirdo’s balck and white meal deal for real

August 5, 2010

The Scottish Weirdo’s gathered for a banquet and no colours were invited.
Here are some intimate moments.Holding the cherished rootAnna is a careful eaterhands and feet are fineblandplease could i use your salty shaker?to begin

wolf fleece hunt

February 28, 2010

I have been hunting wolf fleeces for about 5 years now, this is just a selection… Friends also hunt them down and often send me camera phone images… i once saw a 13 yr old chav boy cycle down Broadway market in one (probably his Nan’s)… but he was going toooooo fast











dead birds

February 22, 2010

i’ve taken a lot of pictures of dead birds… i seem to notice them and sometimes they look pathetic and sometimes are quite impressive…


brixton


my parent’s backyard


also parent’s backyard


west hampstead


very squashed bird I saw somewhere in the shoreditch triangle


eastbourne, taken with a poundshop disposable camera

drinky feet

February 22, 2010

when i got my pics back from the lab last time, there was an old roll from a few years ago with this lovely picture taken in the Juice Bar in Brixton

Anna and Hannah, still B&W

February 9, 2010

Here’s Hannah with some well placed percussion and Anna pulling some sophisticated shapes…



Black and white December

February 9, 2010

For Christmas, I went camping at Birling Gap in Sussex with five very fine people… I had some black and white film which was perfect for the chalky white cave we squatted and our stripey outfits…









The Birling Gap hotel provided traditional and much appreciated British unrefreshment on Boxing day

Leotards and vegetables

October 29, 2009

signs and pictures

April 15, 2009

Some of my artwork from my last few exhibitions, all exploring the ‘IT’S A SIGN’ theme.
thankyou-for-not-being-shy11
thankyou-for-not-touching-the-children1
gold-earring-1
we-sell-love1
yes1
thankyoufornoturinating

April powers

April 11, 2009
council claim

council claim

Grandma hauls herself into the garden

Grandma hauls herself into the garden

Simon Ould, the living legend

Simon Ould, the living legend

Peristalsis

Peristalsis

still life

still life

pessimism sermon at the school of life

April 3, 2009

we are tea ladies at the school of life
it’s a hard life
last sermon, we had mr alain de botton, telling us how to be pessimistic.
tealadies-with-de-bot
Tea ladies with de bot
tea rod
rodders
rodders talia anna
we three tea ladies
vic-harry-satan
vic, harriet and satan
saddo-cake
saddo cake
tea-me
me and my tea shirt