Thursday, December 16, 2010

Casper Dalhoff

I'm filling out a UCAS form to apply for college in Britain and the personal statement bit has got me thinking again about the photographer who made me want to take photographs (and spend a ridiculous amount of money on my first camera). His name is Casper Dalhoff and I first saw his series 'The Dark Side' in the slightly incongruous surroundings of the Eyre Square Shopping centre as part of the World Press Photo 2003 exhibition. 

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

LightS how?

I couldn't see any meteors but the ground was putting on a nice display.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Citóg 10-12-10

Visuaganza at Citóg with live projections. Lordy but this one took some rushed organisation but it came good, and not one thing went wrong.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Cork, Black Sun, Backstreets Back, Alright

I feel like the camera has been clamped to my face this last week or so. This evening I'm gonna wade through the billions of photographs produced by a week that included a trip to Cork to see probably the most eye/ear-opening gig I've ever witnessed and two very enjoyable gigs of my own. Also this week: losing my keys, then sort-of losing someone else's keys; cross-town-massive-bag-transport; workworkwork and surprise Christmas tree! The sitting room smells like childhood with the tree in the corner.

The photo above is of Sionnach and Ali's game of peek-a-boo in the Pavillion in Cork, where last minute gig re-arrangements for Vicky's Black Sun night (my first time attending!) were feverishly, calmly being made.