in exotic south london, shot on medium format film (camera: DianaF+). i miss summer.
my friend David setting up the stage for the Dr Low Christmas Show of music and cabaret
i found my old walkman…. auto-reverse and mega-bass, Sony went all-out!
So i bought this wonderful film mag a while back. A few weeks ago, during a house-move clearout, i somehow discovered i had two copies. Two copies of a fairly obscure film mag? Why would I buy two copies? The thing is, i’m pretty sure I didn’t. Where’s the other one from? My theory is, […]
how beautiful are these colours together, the yellow and blue. similar in feel to this: https://accidentalearthling.wordpress.com/2012/08/12/la-belle-fleur-de-jour/
there’s a tiny bar in east london called jamboree. it has cute things everywhere and is a great venue for music. read more here: http://www.jamboreevenue.co.uk/about
Sunday music in a pub in Angel (North London). taken on the Diana+ on medium-format 120 film.
taken on 120 film on the way to Brighton
fisheye baby, 110 film.
i’ve been a bit absent from here lately! here’s a photo to make up for it… a DJ set a couple of friends did at the Black Heart in Camden a while back. taken on my canon film camera on 35mm film, nothing too out-there 😉
I’ve just collected a whole bunch of films i had developed. some of them are really old (3 years or more, don’t ask), some are disastrous and underexposed, some are just fine. i came across this self-portrait.
this radio belonged to my Nana! it’s a wonderful thing and works just fine. you probably can’t quite see it in the photo but it has all the BBC radio stations marked out and they’re still broadcasting on the same wavelength. not that that should change but this radio must be around 50 years old. […]
a friend of mine has this amazing Imperial 70 typewriter. you need fingers of steel to type with this or a small, delicate hammer to hammer out hapless love notes for ill-fated romances, like they used to in the days of fancy frocks and moon landings.
i love taking photos of lampshades. this was taken in a cute cafe in Dublin, with lampshades all over the ceiling, even where lights shouldn’t be. and yet, there they were. so charming.
this was taken at the London Fashion & Textile Museum, at their current exhibition on pop culture from the 50s, 60s and 70s. the exhibition is wonderful, and small & lightweight enough to keep your attention (i’m not always into museums, all that heavy stuff and steel things and cast iron). i love the design of some of […]