What a weekend. The past few days have thrown up a lot of things that warrant a bit of consideration. I’ll almost be glad to see the back of them and roll into a week of 8.30-5 work action. I’m all for symbolic, metaphysical finger-prodding, but there’s only so much you can take in one […]Read more "Cathouse"
A couple of my pals who I’ve known for years through geeky technical stuff have been getting into photography as of late. One in particular has been hassling me for ages, completely baffled as to why I haven’t put more effort into selling mysef and the business side of the photography stuff, especially given the […]Read more "Facebook page"
Part One (For a more critical, less personally slanted review (kind of), you can check out the feature at Artrocker.com) After being harassed encouraged by our friends from Belladrum to head down to Latitude this year, myself and Kaylie embarked on the ridiculously long journey from Glasgow to Suffolk. For those of you not too […]Read more "Latitude Festival 2011"
Tonight at work Kaylie hurt her foot, and I had to get out of bed to take her to A&E at the Royal. This is never a place to relish attending at 2am on a Saturday night, but given that there was zero chance of a non-blue-light ambulance, and no money to pay for a […]Read more "Stopped by the Glasgow Polis. Again."
Sunny day in Glasgow… eh!? but sunny it was, and it happened to be the weekend of the Merchant City Festival. I’ve never been a big fan of the Merchant City Festival before. As far as I’ve been able to tell, it’s been a bit of a middle class affair, masquerading as a ‘continental market’. […]Read more "Merchant City Festival"
Last night my good friend Action Man descended on the flat with a whole host of people that didn’t know each other to record some scenes for a short film called Falling for Fitzgerald. It was a bit of a change from the usual setups that I’ve seen, with a proper camera dolly and everything. All […]Read more "Falling for Fitzgerald"
Today I went up to the ‘big Tesco’ to have a look round and see exactly what I could pick up to eat in light of my possible wheat intolerance. Long story short, I’ve had stomach problems for months and months which everybody attributed to alcohol. After cutting out bread, pasta, cereal and everything else […]Read more "Big Tesco"